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Sept. 22, 2022, 8:58 p.m. | /u/reallycoolvirgin

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I recently took on a role at my company (internally promoted) to work on vulnerability management. We used to use a really bad vulnerability management platform but recently moved over to Rapid7's InsightVM which is showing us a ton more information. Going through our list of vulnerabilities, a decent amount of them require policy edits or registry edits done through Group Policy.

Curious how you all deal with these, whether grouping them into the default domain policy, having a separate …

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