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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out To override a policy that is enabled in a higher-level container, you can specifically disable it in a lower-level policy. For example, if the user policy Prohibit Access To The Control Panel is enabled for a site, users in the site should not be able to access Control Panel. However, if domain policy specifically disables the user policy Prohibit Access To The Control Panel, users in the domain would be able to access Control Panel. On the other hand, if the domain policy was set to Not Configured, the policy setting would not be modified and would be inherited as normal from the higher-level container. To override a policy that is disabled in a higher-level container, you can specifically enable it in a lower-level policy. For example, if the user policy Force Classic Control Panel Style is disabled for a domain, users in the domain would be able to choose whether they wanted to use Classic or Simple Control Panel. However, if the Engineering OU policy specifically enables the user policy Force Classic Control Panel Style, users in the Engineering OU would be able to use only the Classic Control Panel style. Again, if the OU policy was set to Not Configured instead, the policy setting would not be modified and would be inherited as normal from the higher-level container.
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Because of inheritance, every computer and user object in a domain, no matter which container it is stored in, is affected by Group Policy. Often you ll find that you must modify inheritance to either block inheritance or enforce inheritance. You block inheritance so that no policy settings from higher-level containers are applied. For example, if you didn t want a domain to inherit the site policy, you could configure the domain to block inheritance from higher-level containers. The way you block inheritance depends on the tool you are using:
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In Active Directory Users and Computers, you block inheritance by right-clicking the
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domain or OU that should not inherit settings from higher-level containers and selecting Properties. In the Group Policy tab of the Properties dialog box, select Block Policy Inheritance, and then click OK.
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Using Group Policy Management Console, you block inheritance by right-clicking the
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domain or OU that should not inherit settings from higher-level containers and selecting Block Inheritance. If Block Inheritance is already selected, selecting it again removes the setting. Note
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When you block inheritance in the Group Policy Management console, a blue circle with an exclamation point is added to the container s node in the console tree. This way you can quickly tell whether any domain or OU has the Block Inheritance setting enabled.
You enforce inheritance to prevent administrators who have been delegated authority over a container from overriding the inherited Group Policy settings. For example, if you want to
Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
Managing Group Policy ensure the domain group policy settings are applied to all OUs, you can do this by enforcing inheritance. Because enforced inheritance cannot be blocked, top-level administrators in an organization can always ensure policy settings are applied as necessary. The way you enforce inheritance depends on the tool you are using as follows:
In the Group Policy tab, accessed from either Active Directory Users and Computers or
Active Directory Sites and Services, you enforce policy inheritance by selecting the policy and then clicking Options. In the Options dialog box, select No Override, and then click OK.
In the Group Policy Management console, you enforce policy inheritance by expand-
ing the container to which the policy is linked, right-clicking the policy, and then selecting Enforced. If Enforced is already selected, selecting it again removes the enforcement. In the Group Policy Management console, it is easy to tell which policies are inherited and which policies are enforced. This information is displayed automatically in a GPO s Scope tab for all locations to which the GPO is linked (see Figure 38-14). To display similar scope information for any GPO, expand any container to which the policy is linked or the Group Policy Objects node, and then select the policy.
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