Group Policy Tool is an administrative tool in Microsoft Windows that is used for configuring user and computer settings for groups of users and computers.
Group Policy is a group of settings that are applied to a subset of Active Directory objects in Microsoft Windows Operating Systems.
Ground Loop in networking is a condition created when two or more parts of a network are grounded at separate points, causing a voltage difference between connected networking components.
Grep stands for global regular expression print, a command in the UNIX operating system.
Gopher is an Internet protocol used for distributed storage of documents.
Global User Account, in Windows Server, is a type of user account in Microsoft Windows NT that has a domain-wide scope.