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A collection of policy settings is called a Group Policy object (GPO). A GPO contains policies that affect computers and policies that affect users. Computer-related policies include computer security settings, application settings, and computer startup and shutdown scripts. User-related policies de ne application settings, folder redirection, assigned and published applications, user logon and logoff scripts, and user security settings. In cases of con icting policies, the convention is that computer-related settings override user-related settings. In a GPO, most settings have three possible states: enabled, disabled, and not con gured. Group policies are inherited and cumulative. When you associate a GPO with an Active Directory container, the Group Policy is applied to all computer and user accounts in the container.
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roup Policy is an abstraction consisting of two parts: a Group Policy container (GPC) and a Group Policy template. Both parts are contained in a Group Policy
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object (GPO). The GPO is what we work with directly. The GPO contains all the settings that can apply to users and computers. When those settings are changed, the changes are made to the GPO. The two components of the GPO exist in different places. The GPC is the Active Directory component of the GPO and includes subcontainers with version information, status information, and a list of which Group Policy extensions are employed in the GPO. It also contains some information used by clients, such as the software installation policy. The GPT is a set of les in the SYSVOL folder on the server. When you create a GPO, the corresponding GPT folder structure is created automatically. The actual name of the folder for the GPT is the globally unique identi er (GUID) for the GPO a num-
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ber that is useful to the computer but is otherwise incomprehensible. To see the policy folder, look in %SystemRoot%\SYSVOL\sysvol\domain_name\policies. But do t not change this folder in any way. Work on Group Policy through the Group Policy Management console (GPMC).
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The Group Policy Management console (GPMC) provides a comprehensive overview of Group Policy in a single console. All Group Policy management tasks can be performed in the GPMC except con guring individual policies in GPOs. When you want to con gure individual policies, the GPMC will launch the Group Policy Object Editor with the policy loaded. To see the group policies speci cally de ned for Windows SBS, select Administrative Tools from the Start menu and then select Group Policy Management. Expand Forest and then Domains until you get to MyBusiness as shown in Figure 20-1.
Managing Group Policies
FIGURE 20-1 Viewing SBS Group Policy
To view or modify an existing GPO, right-click the GPO and select Edit as shown in Figure 20-2.
FIGURE 20-2 Choosing to edit a GPO
This action opens the Group Policy Management Editor (Figure 20-3), wherein you can expand various items in the console to view existing settings.
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FIGURE 20-3 Viewing group policies
Order of Inheritance
As a rule, Group Policy settings are passed from parent containers down to child containers. This practice means that a policy that is applied to a parent container applies to all the containers including users and computers that are below the parent container in the Active Directory tree hierarchy. However, if you speci cally assign a Group Policy for a child container that contradicts the parent container policy, the child container s policy overrides the parent Group Policy. If policies are not contradictory, both can be implemented. For example, if a parent container policy calls for an application shortcut to be on a user s desktop, and the child container policy calls for another application shortcut, both appear. Policy settings that are disabled are inherited as disabled. Policy settings that are not con gured in the parent container remain uncon gured.
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