Implementing group policies in a windows environment, Operating System

Question:

(a) As a System administrator, elaborate on how you can manage computer accounts in Active Directory of Windows Server 2008?

(b) Explain the following user profiles:

i. Local user profiles
ii. Roaming user profiles
iii. Mandatory user profiles

(c) Implementing Group Policies in a Windows environment simplify largely the tasks of Systems Administrators. In this context, explain Group Policies and describe 4 tasks that can be accomplished using Group Policy?

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