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Figure 10-7 Applying No Override and Block Policy Inheritance for the contoso.com domain
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Using Security Groups to Filter GPO Scope
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By now you ve learned that you can link a non-local GPO to a site, domain, or OU. However, you might need to apply GPOs only to certain groups. Although you cannot directly link a GPO to a security group, there is a way to apply GPOs to specific secu rity groups. The policies in a non-local GPO apply only to users who have Read and Apply Group Policy permissions for the GPO set to Allow. Therefore, by setting the appropriate permissions for security groups, you can filter Group Policy to influence only the computers and users you specify. Note that the Apply Group Policy permis sion is not available for the local GPO. For more information on filtering GPO scope by using security groups, refer to Lesson 3.
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Using WMI Queries to Filter GPO Scope
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Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) is a management infrastructure that allows administrators to monitor and control managed objects in the network. These abilities mean that the administrator can manage remote systems from a central loca tion, controlling almost every aspect of all computers on the network. A new feature in Windows Server 2003, WMI filtering enables you to use a WMI query to filter the scope of a GPO, similar to the way security groups can be used to filter GPO scope. The GPO is applied based on properties available in WMI that are contained in the query. WMI queries are written using WMI query language (WQL). For more information about
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Lesson 1
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Understanding Group Policy
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developing WMI queries for GPO filtering, see the Windows Management Instrumen tation (WMI) software development kit (SDK), located at http://www.microsoft.com/.
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Delegating Control of GPOs
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There are different GPO-related tasks for which you can delegate control: GPO editing, GPO creation, and GPO object linking. You delegate control of GPO editing by setting the Read and Write permissions for the selected user or groups to Allow. You delegate control of GPO creation by making users members of the Group Policy Creator Own ers group and delegating to them control of GPO object linking. You delegate control of GPO object linking by setting the Manage Group Policy Links option in the Delega tion Of Control Wizard for the domain or OU. For more information on delegating con trol of GPOs, refer to Lesson 3.
Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP)
Because an object can be affected by multiple levels of GPOs, Group Policy inheri tance, and exceptions, it s often difficult to determine just what policies apply. Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP) is a new tool in Windows Server 2003 that helps you anticipate and troubleshoot Group Policy settings. RSoP polls existing and planned policies and reports the results of those queries, listing the final set of applied policies and policy pre cedence for an object you specify. RSoP can help you manage and troubleshoot conflict ing policies. For detailed information on using RSoP, refer to 11, Administering Group Policy.
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson and then try the question again. Answers to the questions can be found in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. What is a GPO
2. What are the two types of Group Policy settings and how are they used
3. In what order is Group Policy applied to components in the Active Directory structure
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4. What is the difference between Block Policy Inheritance and No Override
5. Which of the following nodes contains the registry-based Group Policy settings a. Software Settings b. Windows Settings c. Administrative Templates d. Security Settings
Lesson Summary
Group policies are collections of user and computer configuration settings that can be linked to computers, sites, domains, and OUs to specify the behavior of users desktops. You use the Group Policy Object Editor to organize and manage the Group Policy settings in each GPO. There are two types of Group Policy settings: computer configuration settings and user configuration settings. Computer configuration settings are used to set group policies applied to computers, regardless of who logs on to them, and are applied when the operating system initializes. User configuration settings are used to set group policies applied to users, regardless of which computer the user logs on to, and are applied when users log on to the computer. Group Policy is applied to Active Directory components in the following order: local computer, site, domain, and then OU. Group Policy is passed down from parent to child containers within a domain. If you have assigned a separate Group Policy setting to a parent container, that Group Policy setting applies to all containers beneath the parent container, includ ing the user and computer objects in the container. However, if you specify a Group Policy setting for a child container, the child container s Group Policy set ting overrides the setting inherited from the parent container. The default order for the application of Group Policy settings is subject to the fol lowing exceptions: No Override, Block Policy Inheritance, the Loopback setting, and a computer that is a member of a workgroup.
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