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different security descriptors to each local GPO This can be useful when you have kiosk systems that require tight security when users are logged on but that require less security when administrators are logged on For step-by-step instructions on how to work with these local GPOs, go to http://technet2microsoftcom/WindowsVista/en/library/5ae8da2a-878e-48db-a3c14be6ac7cf7631033mspx mfr=true In addition, to local Group Policy objects, networks running Active Directory Domain Services will have centralized GPOs Compared to local GPOs, centralized GPOs are management GPOs, because you can modify them in a central location and have them affect any group of objects By default, every ADDS network includes two default policies: The default domain policy The default domain controller policy A specific default domain policy is applied to every domain in a Windows Server 2008 network In the case of the example used in s 5 and 6, the TandT network will have several default domain policies since there are several domains in its production forest In the case of your VSO parallel network, you will have two different versions of the policy since only the root and the production domains have been created at this point The same applies for the default DC policy, except that instead of being applied at the domain level, this policy is applied specifically to the Domain Controllers organizational unit and, therefore, to each domain controller it contains
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Policies do not follow the hierarchical path of an ADDS forest because they do not traverse domain boundaries If you design a new policy within the forest root domain, it will not automatically be applied to child domains that are below the root domain in the hierarchy If you define a custom policy that you want to apply to every domain in your forest, you will have to copy it from domain to domain There is one exception, as was mentioned in 6: At the creation of any child domain, ADDS automatically copies the contents of the two default policies from the parent domain So, in the same manner that you would adjust the local GPO before deploying systems, you should adjust the default GPOs in the forest root domain before you create any of the child domains This will ensure that a basic set of standards will be applied to both domains and DCs as soon as they are created The recommended modifications for these two default policies are covered in 10, since it discusses security strategies
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Group Policies are applied in the following order: Computer settings are applied first User settings are applied second It makes sense, since the computer starts before a user can log on In a WS08 network, the computer has its own ADDS account and must negotiate a logon within the directory before it allows users to log on and open a session In addition, local and central GPOs have a specific order of precedence: The local GPO is applied at computer startup If available, site GPOs are applied next Domain GPOs are applied after site GPOs Organizational unit GPOs are applied last If the object (either computer or user) is located within a child OU and the child OU contains an additional GPO, this GPO is applied last This process is often called the L-S-D-OU process for the Local-Site-Domain-OU application order (see Figure 7-1) If conflicts arise between policies, the settings in the last policy override all others For example, if you deny access to an item in the Start menu in the domain policy but it is allowed in an OU policy, the result will be that access will be allowed
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In addition to the application order, you can control the inheritance settings for GPOs This means that if you assign a setting at the domain level or any other higher level, you can ensure that your setting is the one that is propagated to the object, whether or not there are conflicting settings lower down in the application hierarchy This is done by forcing GPO inheritance
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