With security settings, you can modify the security policy of an organizational unit, domain, or site, from any one computer that is joined to a domain.
Security settings allow a security administrator to modify security settings assigned to a Group Policy object
To modify the security settings on your local computer, see Local Security Policy
Other security policy tools include:
You can define a security policy in a template. These templates can be applied to a Group Policy object or to your local computer security.
Security Configuration and Analysis
You can use this tool to configure your computer using a security template or to compare your current computer settings to the settings defined in a security template.
Local Security Policy
You can use this tool to edit individual security settings on your local computer.
Secedit.exe Command-line tool
You can use this tool to automate security configuration tasks.