Click on Windows and Linux there and then on "zip file of Google Chrome templates and documentation".
The download has a size of 7.1 Megabyte and needs to be extracted on the system after it completes. One way to do that is to tap on the Windows-key, type and hit enter.
For example, US English Windows installs use the "en-US" subfolder to hold ADML files.
These files are already provided with the operating system when you go to install it however this download allows you to update the policy settings even on an older version of the OS.
:) I'd rather be proactive and block auto updates, than react to ADM issues.
After all, that's why MS exposed this setting :))-----Original Message-----From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: 20 February 2005 To: Active [email protected]: Re: [Active Dir] Updating ADM files - best practices I understand your concern that unexpectedly updating the Production ADM files "sounds like a bad idea", but it really isn't that dangerous. It only changes what you see in Active Directory Users & Computers.
Update: I had discovered that this original ADMX template were missing some Internet Explore 11 Group Policy settings.
As a result the ADMX/ADML pack has now been re-released but can be downloaded using the same link below.
Download the Windows 8.1 update ADMX/ADLM pack from