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How do you apply group policy on an OU?

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2009-05-15 09:45:23
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Firstly download the Microsoft Group Policy Management Console from Microsoft. Expand your domain, right click on an OU, select "Create and Link GPO Here ..." to create a new GPO and link it, or "Link an Existing GPO" and select an already created GPO.

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The GPO is Group policy object and used for provide the policy based setting to the User and computer.It can only applies to the OU,Domain,Sites.It has also inheritance setting to apply for the objects.


OU design requires balancing requirements for delegating administrative rights - independent of Group Policy needs - and the need to scope the application of Group Policy. The following OU design recommendations address delegation and scope issues: Applying Group Policy An OU is the lowest-level Active Directory container to which you can assign Group Policy settings. Delegating administrative authority usually don't go more than 3 OU levels http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc783140.aspx


Answer: We create a user acording to need. and then create orgnaization unit (OU) then apply policy acording to need.



we can apply two type of policies computer configuration user configuration


It requires good expertise. We recommend using an external IT Consultancy like ours to get things going. Kind regards, Imtiaz Hasham SME IT Networks Solution: Install active directorey with dns. create OU( Orgnaization unit) acording your need. apply policy on OU. you can apply policy diffrent-2 on OU. then all user move in OU. Note: If you want more information so you can visit http://www.iyogibusiness.com/


To get a job as a group policy editor you need to take a college course on computers and in English. Then you can apply to companies and get experience in the field.


the policy is applied in the order of LSDOU local site->domain->then OU the poilcy applied will be of OU in the end


I don't know about restrictions that would apply, but your policy or the issueing company should be able to answer this for you.


Beside you can put anything in OU Not in Groups..


The only people that this policy does NOT apply to are the minority groups of China.


There is no chance of appling online for OU. you must go to university and apply.


public policy is formally established by which group ?


Group policies are used by administrators to configure and control user environment settings. Group Policy Objects (GPOs) are used to configure group policies which are applied to sites, domains, and organizational units (OUs). Group policy may be blocked or set so it cannot be overridden. The default is for subobjects to inherit the policy of their parents. There is a maximum of 1000 applicable group policies. Group policies are linked to domains, organizational units, or sites in Active Directory. A policy must be linked to a container object in Active Directory to be effective. They are stored in any domain for storage but can be linked to other domains to make them effective there also. The policy must be linked to the container (site, domain, or OU) that it is stored in to be effective in that container. One policy object can be linked to sveral containers. Several policy objects can be linked to one container.


There is no chance of appling online for OU. you must go to university and apply.



Check for the Security rights of the user on the GPO that is applied. In some cases, user is denied permission to that particular group policy. Deny box is checked for the user in the group policy permission.


yes users are the important part of active directory as the users are assigned the permission to use the resources, groups, printers .We can assign users to a group and apply permission on them we can put them in OU and apply restriction /permission etc.Without users there is no meaning of resources.


this group advises the president on military and foreign policy.


located in the Policies subfolder of the SYSVOL share.


one local Group Policy object. It is stored in %systemroot%System32\GroupPolicy.


A. The group policy container is in the Active Directory databaseb. The Group policy template is in the sysvol folder


All policy settings created by the Group Policy Object Editor are stored in a GPO. The policy settings you provide with the Group Policy Object Editor do not take effect until the system applies policy. Which Administrators manage policy settings due to using the Group Policy Object Editor. The Group Policy Object Editor extends other administrative tools such as the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in and the Active Directory Site and Services Manager snap-in. If you want to more information as help website:http://www.iyogibusiness.com


check policy definitions - if not defined in the policy - the dictonary definition would apply




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