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FIGURE 7-1 The GPO application order
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Normally, GPOs are inherited automatically throughout the GPO application order If a setting is enabled at the domain level and it is not configured at the OU level, the domain setting is applied If a setting is not configured at the domain level and is disabled at the OU level, the OU setting is applied If a setting is disabled at a parent OU and disabled at the child OU, the setting is not applied To force GPO inheritance and make sure a top-level GPO setting is applied no matter what, you can assign the Enforced attribute to the GPO This means that even if the settings are conflicting at the lower end of the hierarchy, the setting with the Enforced attribute will be applied GPOs are managed through the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC), which is a feature of WS08 Install this feature on servers you want to rely on to manage GPOs; preferably, this console will be installed on workstations ideally Vista since this operating system is the only client operating system that gives you access to the full gamut of WS08 GPOs GPMC lets you view the entire domain structure and lets you control how you work with GPOs in either sites, domains, or OUs The process is simple: 1 Begin by creating a GPO and naming it This is best done in the Group Policy Objects container in GPMC (see Figure 7-2) Rely on the trusty right-click to get the appropriate context menu This container lists only the GPOs that are available in the selected domain, since GPOs are restricted by domain boundaries 2 Once the GPO is created, edit it by right-clicking it and selecting Edit This opens the Group Policy Editor (GPEdit) and lets you view all of the settings you can control in the policy (see Figure 7-3) As you can see, each policy is divided into two sections The first relates to computer-wide settings and applies to each affected computer
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The GPMC interface
FIGURE 7-3
Editing a Group Policy Object
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The second relates to user settings and will apply to affected users no matter which computer they log on to When you are finished with the edits, you close the Group Policy Editor Note that there is no Save option in this editor Each setting you change is directly changed within the policy
TIP Since GPOs are split into computer and user settings, it is good practice to create GPOs either
for users or computers alone and then disable the section that is not being used This helps speed up GPO processing In addition to the division between computers and users, each section of a Group Policy Object includes two subsections The first, Policy, contains the actual policy contents The second, Preferences, controls specific client-side settings and can be used to reduce post-installation configurations Preferences includes two subsections: Windows Settings and Control Panel Settings You use each to remotely configure system settings on any of Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, Windows Vista and of course, Windows Server 2008 All but WS08 require updated client-side extensions to process the Preferences section of a GPO The contents of the Preferences section are described in Table 7-1 The major differences between the Policies and the Preferences section of a GPO is that users can modify
Preferences Subsection Windows Settings
Setting Applications
Application Lets you configure multiple application-specific settings through custom plug-ins For example, plug-ins for Microsoft Office are available at (http://gomicrosoftcom/fwlink/ LinkId=90745) A Group Policy development kit is available at (http://gomicrosoft com/fwlink/ LinkId=144) Create, modify, delete or hide dynamic drive mappings either using the user s credentials or alternate credentials Create, modify or delete user or system environment variables Variables can also be used as conditions for other preference settings Copy, modify or delete a file on a system Also modifies the attributes of a file Copy, modify or delete a folder on a system Can rely on conditions For example, you can delete a folder only if it is empty Add, replace or delete settings in existing ini or inf files or even delete an entire ini or inf file Create, modify or delete a file share on a system Can also modify user limits, Access-based Enumeration settings or comments on a share
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