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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
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Normally, Computer Configuration settings are applied during startup of the operating system and User Configuration settings are applied when a user logs on to a computer. The sequence of events is often important in troubleshooting system behavior. The events that take place during startup and logon are as follows:
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1 When the client computer starts, networking is started as part of the normal system startup. The computer reads the Registry to determine the Active Directory site in which the computer is located. The computer then sends a query to its primary Domain Name System (DNS) server to determine the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of domain controllers in the site. 2 When the DNS server replies to the query, the computer connects to a domain controller in the local site. The client computer and domain controller authenticate each other. The client computer then requests a list of all the GPOs that apply to the computer. 3 The domain controller sends a list of GPOs that apply to the computer. The computer processes and applies the GPOs, starting with the local policy and continuing as discussed in the section entitled Group Policy Inheritance earlier in this chapter. It is important to note that only the Computer Configuration settings are sent at this point. 4 After processing computer policies, the computer runs any startup scripts. Startup scripts are hidden from view by default, and if there are multiple startup scripts, the scripts run in sequential order by default. Each script must finish running before the next one can be started. The default timeout for scripts is 600 seconds. Both the synchronous processing of scripts and their timeout value can be modified using Group Policy. 5 When a user logs on to the computer and is validated, the computer loads the user profile, and then requests a list of all the GPOs that apply to the user. 6 The domain controller sends a list of GPOs that apply to the user. The computer processes and applies the GPOs, starting with the local policy and continuing as discussed in the section entitled Group Policy Inheritance earlier in this chapter. Although only the User Configuration settings are sent and applied at this point, it is important to note that any computer policy settings that overlap with user policy settings are overwritten by default. User policy settings have precedence by default.
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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
Managing Group Policy
Inside Out
All Group Policy processing is handled as a refresh Technically, all Group Policy processing is handled as a Group Policy refresh. Thus, processing during startup and logon is technically a refresh, which is handled as discussed in the section entitled Group Policy Refresh later in this chapter. The most important note about refresh is that if the client computer detects that it is using a slow network connection, only the Security Settings and Administrative Templates are processed. Although there is no way to turn off processing of these extensions, you can configure other extensions so that they are processed even across a slow network connection. For more information, see the section entitled Modifying Group Policy Refresh later in this chapter.
Modifying Group Policy Processing
You can modify Group Policy processing by disabling a policy in whole or in part. Disabling a policy is useful if you no longer need a policy but might need to use that policy again in the future. Disabling part of a policy is useful so that the policy applies only to either users or computers but not both. In the Group Policy Management console, you can enable and disable policies partially or entirely by completing the following steps:
1 Select the policy in a container to which it is linked or in the Group Policy Objects node. 2 In the right pane, select the Details tab, and then use the GPO Status selection menu to choose a status as one of the following:
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