Filter by Using Keyword Filters
Applies To: Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012
The Group Policy Management Console allows you to change the criteria for displaying Administrative Template policy settings. By default, the editor displays all policy settings, including preference settings (previously referred to as unmanaged policy settings). However, you can use keyword filters to change how the Group Policy Management Editor displays Administrative Template policy settings.
To set the Administrative Templates Keyword filter
Open the Group Policy Management Console . Right-click the Group Policy object you want to edit and then click Edit .
Right-click Administrative Templates located under Computer Configuration or User Configuration . Click Filter Options .
Select the Enable Keyword Filters check box.
Type one or more keywords in the Filter for word(s) box.
In the Search Criteria list, click the appropriate filter:
Any : The filter includes any of the words in the Filter for word(s) box.
All : The filter includes all of the words in the Filter for word(s) box.
Exact : The filter includes exact matches of the words in the Filter for word(s) box.
Select the appropriate check boxes next to Within .
Policy Setting Title : The filter includes searching the title of the policy setting.
Help Text : The filter includes searching the Help text of the policy setting.
Comment : The filter includes searching the comment of the policy setting
Click OK to apply the new filter settings and close the Filter Options dialog box.
Filters are inclusive; therefore, select items you want to display rather than items you want to be removed.
Filters do not work with Classic Administrative Templates.