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Start Active Directory Users and Computers. In the console tree, rightclick the domain you want to work with, and then select Properties. In the Properties dialog box, click the Group Policy tab, as shown in Figure 38-6.
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Figure 38-6. For an OU
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Start Active Directory Users and Computers. In the console tree, rightclick the OU you want to work with, and then select Properties. In the Properties dialog box, click the Group Policy tab. Start Active Directory Sites and Services. In the console tree, right-click the site you want to work with, and then select Properties. In the Properties dialog box, click the Group Policy tab.
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The New, Add, Edit, and Delete options in the Group Policy tab are discussed in the sections that follow. Note
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Once you install the Group Policy Management Console, the Group Policy tab options shown in Figure 38-6 are no longer available. You can click only Open to start the Group Policy Management Console the use of which, I ll discuss in detail later in the chapter.
Creating and Linking a New GPO Using the Group Policy Object Editor
In the Group Policy tab, you can click New to create a new GPO that will be linked to the selected container. This link means any policy settings you define will be applied to the selected container according to the inheritance and preference options used by Active Directory. After you create the GPO by clicking New, an entry is added to the Group Policy Object Links list with the name highlighted, as shown in Figure 38-7. Type in a name, and then press Enter. Use the Up and Down buttons to change the preference order of the policy as necessary.
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Figure 38-7.
Creating a new GPO.
Editing an Existing GPO Using the Group Policy Object Editor
In the Group Policy tab, you can edit an existing GPO linked to the selected container by selecting it and then clicking Edit. This displays the Group Policy Object Editor dialog box, as shown in Figure 38-8. You can then make changes to Group Policy as necessary. The changes will be applied the next time Active Directory is refreshed, according to the inheritance and preference options used by Active Directory.
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Figure 38-8.
Creating a new GPO.
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Linking to an Existing GPO Using the Group Policy Object Editor
Linking a GPO to a container applies the object to the container. In the Group Policy tab, you can link to an existing GPO by clicking Add. This displays the Add A Group Object Link dialog box, as shown in Figure 38-9.
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Figure 38-9.
Linking to an existing GPO.
The container you are currently working with is selected in the Look In list, and any applicable policies are listed in the tab selected by default, which is either Domains/OUs or Sites depending on the type of container you are working with. If you select the All tab, you ll see all the GPOs that are available in the domain. Select the one you want to use, and then click OK. The linked policy will be applied the next time Active Directory is refreshed, according to the inheritance and preference options used by Active Directory.
Deleting an Existing GPO by Using the Group Policy Object Editor
In the Group Policy tab, you can remove an existing GPO by selecting it and then clicking Delete. This displays the Delete dialog box, as shown in Figure 38-10. You can now select the following options:
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Selecting this option removes the link to the GPO in this container and means the GPO no longer applies to the objects in the container. Selecting this option removes the link to the GPO as well as the object itself. This permanently deletes the GPO. If the object is linked to other containers, those links will be removed as well.
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Figure 38-10. Removing a GPO.
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Working with the Group Policy Management Console
The Group Policy Management console provides an integrated interface for working with GPOs. This console was introduced in Windows Server 2003. The sections that follow provide an overview of installing and using the Group Policy Management Console.
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