Turn On - System Protection via Group Policy

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Occasional Contributor

Hey everyone,

 

Is there a way to Turn On system protection AND set it to run once a day via a group policy? I've searched and I've come empty about this so I wanted to reach out to the community and see if it's possible.

I know that I can Turn On System Protection using PowerShell, using the Enable-ComputerRestore, and I know I can use Checkpoint-Computer to create a checkpoint; however, I'm trying to do this for 500+ devices and I wanted to stay away from using a script and deploy it using SCCM.

 

Thanks!

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