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What is an adm file and how do I open an adm file?

ADM files are defined as Administrative Template Files, and these .adm files are related to Microsoft Group Policies, where it can be implemented as the standard format for its template data. These ADM files are executed in relation to regulation settings stored in the Windows System Registry. ADM files are also used for classifying the client interface created for system administrators under the GPO (Group Policy Object) Editor at the time of its creation. The GPO Editor applet is the major tool applied by system administrators at the time that the Group Policies were updated or created. By standards, files affixed with the .adm extension are saved in the Sysvol directory of each domain controller, with all GPO fields upholding responsibility for managing the folder known as the Group Policy Template (GPT) and its content.

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Detail adm file extension information:
File Type: adm
File Format: Administrative Template File
Primary Association: System Files