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Figure 6-8
Default processing of site, domain, and OU GPOs
Lesson 2: Managing Group Policy Scope
Exam Tip Be certain to memorize the default domain policy processing order: site, domain, OU; remember that domain policy settings are applied after and, therefore, take precedence over settings in local GPOs. This sequential application of GPOs creates an effect called policy inheritance. Policies are inherited, so the resultant set of group policies for a user or computer will be the cumulative effect of site, domain, and OU policies. By default, inherited GPOs have lower precedence than GPOs linked directly to the container. In a practical example, you might configure a policy setting to disable the use of registry-editing tools for all users in the domain by configuring the policy setting in a GPO linked to the domain. That GPO, and its policy setting, will be inherited by all users within the domain. However, you probably want administrators to be able to use registry-editing tools, so you will link a GPO to the OU that contains administrators accounts and configure the policy setting to allow the use of registry-editing tools. Because the GPO linked to the administrators OU takes higher precedence than the inherited GPO, administrators will be able to use registryediting tools.
Figure 6-9
The Group Policy inheritance tab
Figure 6-9 shows this example. A policy setting that restricts registry-editing tools is defined in the CONTOSO Standards GPO, linked to the contoso.com domain. In the Corporate Policy Overrides For Administrators GPO, a policy setting specifically allows the use of registry-editing tools. The administrator s GPO is linked to the Admins OU. When you select an OU such as the Admins OU, the details pane of the GPMC displays a Group Policy Inheritance tab that reveals GPO precedence for that OU. You can see that the Corporate Policy Overrides For Administrators GPO has precedence. Any setting in that GPO that is in conflict with a setting in CONTOSO Standards will be applied from the administrators GPO. Therefore, users in the Admins OU will be able to use registry editing tools, although users elsewhere in the domain will not be able to. As you can see from this simple example, the default order of precedence ensures that the policy that is closest to the user or computer prevails.
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Group Policy Infrastructure
Precedence of Multiple Linked Group Policy Objects
An OU, domain, or site can have more than one GPO linked to it. In the event of multiple Group Policy objects, the objects link order determines their precedence. In Figure 6-10, two GPOs are linked to the People OU. The object higher on the list, with a link order of 1, has the highest precedence. Therefore, settings that are enabled or disabled in the Power User Configuration GPO will have precedence over these same settings in the Standard User Configuration GPO.
Figure 6-10 GPO link order
Blocking Inheritance
A domain or OU can be configured to prevent the inheritance of policy settings. To block inheritance, right-click the domain or OU in the GPME and choose Block Inheritance. The Block Inheritance option is a property of a domain or OU, so it blocks all Group Policy settings from GPOs linked to parents in the Group Policy hierarchy. When you block inheritance on an OU, for example, GPO application begins with any GPOs linked directly to that OU GPOs linked to higher-level OUs, the domain, or the site will not apply. The Block Inheritance option should be used sparingly, if ever. Blocking inheritance makes it more difficult to evaluate Group Policy precedence and inheritance. In the section, Using Security Filtering to Modify GPO Scope, you will learn how to scope a GPO so that it applies to only a subset of objects or so that it is prevented from applying to a subset of objects. With security group filtering, you can carefully scope a GPO so that it applies to only the correct users and computers in the first place, making it unnecessary to use the Block Inheritance option.
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