doesn’t work block policy inheritance on OU domain controller

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Active Directory
Domain Controller
Group Policy
Inheritance
Windows 2000 Domain Controller
hi all

I applied some policy under administrative tamplates on domain level , however applied same policies to OU domain controller , even checked block policy inheritance any suggestion

 

                                                     thanks in advance



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ASKED: August 25, 2009  5:51 PM
UPDATED: August 31, 2009  4:48 PM

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Enforced group policies apply to all OUs regardless of blocking inheritance. Make sure this policy is not enforced. You can make sure by clicking on the OU in the Group Policy Management MMC and clicking on the Group Policy Inheritance tab.

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  • R vishaal
    hello mate , as a guideline u must never modify the default policy , install GPMC and create custom Gpo and link it to the OU u want, make sure you check if previous policy is not in Override or enforce mode , cause enforce takes precedents on block inheritance.
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