Also, when troubleshooting, the information provided by Group Policy events added little value.
In Windows Vista, Group Policy writes all event and logging information to the Event Viewer and uses a source name of "Group Policy." This makes it easier to locate events relevant to Group Policy.
Features such as cross-log querying, scheduled task integration, and page support in filtered views make the Event Viewer the ideal tool to view the health of the computer and the health of Group Policy.
Earlier instances of Group Policy used the event source name "Userenv".
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