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To delete a GPO, right-click it in the Group Policy Management console and select Delete. When you delete a GPO, all links to the GPO will also be deleted. Be sure that you are logged on with an account that has suf cient permissions. Neither the Default Domain Policy nor the Default Domain Controllers Policy can be deleted.
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With numerous GPOs on a network, it s important to keep track of GPO links within the domain. To nd out what links exist for a particular GPO, follow these steps:
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Select Group Policy Management from the Administrative Tools menu. Right-click the domain name in the console tree and select Search. In the Search Item drop-down list, select GPO-links. Click Add and then click Search. In the Search Results box shown in Figure 20-7, double-click a GPO to view its links and other settings.
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FIGURE 20-7 Finding GPO links
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A GPO applies to all the users and computers in the container with which the GPO is associated. Most GPOs default to applying to Authenticated Users namely, everyone who can log on to the network. Inevitably, there are GPOs that should apply only to some. To lter the application of a GPO, follow these steps:
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Select Group Policy Management from the Administrative Tools menu. Select the Group Policy object you want to lter and click the Scope tab. On the Scope tab in the Security Filtering section, click Add and locate the groups or users who should have the policy applied to them, as shown in Figure 20-8. Make your selection and click OK.
FIGURE 20-8 Selecting groups or users to which the GPO applies
If Authenticated Users appears in the Security Filtering list on the Scope page, select it and click Remove. This ensures that the GPO is applied only to the groups or users you added.
Enabling and Disabling GPO Links
To check or change the status of a GPO link, follow these steps:
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Select Group Policy Management from the Administrative Tools menu. In the console tree, navigate to Group Policy Objects under your domain name and select the GPO. On the Scope tab, links are listed and the status of the link is shown under Link Enabled. To change the status, right-click the link and select Link Enabled from the shortcut menu, as shown in Figure 20-9.
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FIGURE 20-9 Enabling a GPO link
Disabling a Branch of a GPO
If a GPO has an entire node under User Con guration or Computer Con guration that s not con gured, disable the node to avoid processing those settings. This speeds startup and logon for all users subject to that GPO. To disable a node, open the Group Policy Management console and follow these steps:
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In the console tree, expand Group Policy Objects. Right-click the GPO that contains the User or Computer settings you want to disable, point to GPO Status, and then choose one of the following options shown in Figure 20-10: Click User Con guration Settings Disabled to disable user settings for the GPO. Click Computer Con guration Settings Disabled to disable computer settings for the GPO.
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FIGURE 20-10 Disabling a branch of a GPO
A check mark next to User Con guration Settings Disabled or Computer Con guration Settings Disabled indicates that the option is currently selected.
Refreshing Group Policy
Policy changes are immediate, but they are not instantly propagated to clients. Client computers request policy only when one of the following occurs: The computer starts. A user logs on. An application requests a refresh. A user requests a refresh. A Group Policy refresh interval is enabled and the interval has elapsed. By default, Group Policy refreshes in the background every 90 minutes with a random offset of 0 through 30 minutes added so that not all computers request a refresh at the same time. If you nd the default refresh too long or too short, you can change the refresh interval by following these steps:
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Select Group Policy Management from the Administrative Tools menu. To add the setting to an existing GPO, right-click the GPO and select Edit. To create a new GPO, right-click the domain name or OU and select Create A GPO In This Domain, And Link It Here. Supply a name for the new GPO, right-click it in Group Policy Management console, and select Edit.
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