By default, Group Policy does not offer a facility to easily disable drives containing removable media, such as USB ports, CD-ROM drives, Floppy Disk drives and high capacity LS-120 floppy drives. However, Group Policy can be extended to use customised settings by applying an ADM template. The ADM template in this article allows an Administrator to disable the respective drivers of these devices, ensuring that they cannot be used.
Remote Desktop allows remote administrators to log in remotely to manage a workstation. In some cases you may need to enable Remote Desktop remotely. As opposed to manually setting registry key on hundreds of of PC you can easily accomplish this via Windows Group Policy.