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overrides the setting inherited from the parent. If the parent GPO link is configured with the Enforced option, the parent setting has precedence.
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If a policy setting of GPOs linked to parent containers is Not Configured, and the child OU setting is also Not Configured, the resultant policy setting is the setting that results from the processing of local GPOs. If the resultant setting of local GPOs is also Not Configured, the resultant configuration is the Windows default setting.
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5. When the user logs on, steps 2, 3, and 4 are repeated for user settings. The client obtains an ordered list of GPOs scoped to the user, examines each GPO synchronously, and hands over GPOs that should be applied to the appropriate CSEs for processing. This step is modified if User Loopback Group Policy Processing is enabled. Loopback policy processing is discussed in the next section.
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Policy settings in both the Computer Configuration and User Configuration
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nodes Most policy settings are specific to either the User Configuration or Computer Configuration node. A small handful of settings appear in both nodes. Although in most situations the setting in the Computer Configuration node will override the setting in the User Configuration node, it is important to read the explanatory text accompanying the policy setting to understand the setting s effect and its application.
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6. Every 90 120 minutes after computer startup, computer policy refresh occurs, and steps 2, 3, and 4 are repeated for computer settings. 7. Every 90 120 minutes after user logon, user policy refresh occurs, and steps 2, 3, and 4 are repeated for user settings.
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Settings might not take effect immediately
Although most settings are applied during a background policy refresh, some CSEs do not apply the setting until the next startup or logon event. Newly added startup and logon script policies, for example, will not run until the next computer startup or logon. Software installation, discussed in 7, will occur at the next startup if the software is assigned in computer settings. Changes to folder redirection policies will not take effect until the next logon.
Loopback Policy Processing
By default, a user s settings come from GPOs scoped to the user object in Active Directory. Regardless of which computer the user logs on to, the resultant set of policies that determine the user s environment will be the same. There are situations, however, when you might want to configure a user differently, depending on the computer in use. For example, you might want to lock down and standardize user desktops when users log on to computers in closely managed environments such as conference rooms, reception areas, laboratories, classrooms,
Lesson 2: Managing Group Policy Scope
and kiosks. Imagine a scenario in which you want to enforce a standard corporate appearance for the Windows desktop on all computers in conference rooms and other public areas of your office. How could you centrally manage this configuration, using Group Policy Policy settings that configure desktop appearance are located in the User Configuration node of a GPO. Therefore, by default, the settings apply to users, regardless of which computer they log on to. The default policy processing does not give you a way to scope user settings to apply to computers, regardless of which user logs on. That s where loopback policy processing comes in. Loopback policy processing alters the default algorithm used by the Group Policy client to obtain the ordered list of GPOs that should be applied to a user s configuration. Instead of user configuration being determined by the User Configuration node of GPOs that are scoped to the user object, user configuration can be determined by the User Configuration node policies of GPOs that are scoped to the computer object. The User Group Policy Loopback Processing Mode policy, located in the Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\System\Group Policy folder in Group Policy Management Editor, can be, like all policy settings, set to Not Configured, Enabled, or Disabled. When enabled, the policy can specify Replace or Merge mode.
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