If you want to have more Registry settings available in your GPO, then you have an option of creating a custom ADM template. A custom ADM mta map editor base
(or basf standard one for that matter) is responsible for doing two things. First, it is responsible for defining what will be changed in the Registry. We are all familiar with the Registry by now, I hope. The ADM template will define the path in the Registry, the value within that path, and the data (or set value) that the value can and will be set to. The autocad 2009 key
ADM template mta map editor base establishes the folder(s) and policy within the GPO.