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Question How does the Enterprise Global and local Global an User Regitry work together?

Hi there!

Is there anyone out there who can Explain, how Enterprise Global and local Global an User Regitry work together?

And whats about the Group Policy (GPO) ?

And what Kind of Settings can be placed in the Enterprise Templates (and which not?)?
And when a Enterprise Project was created over the PWA, what Pre-Settings (from where) have Impact to the new Project ?

Thank you!

PS: We want to set some Configurations in the Option
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