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Figure 15-14: Group Policy tab
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You ll see the same tab if you access your domain and OU properties sheets as well. Click the New Button to create a new policy. You see the new Group Policy Object Link called New Group Policy Object appear in the window (you can rename it). If you select the Group Policy object and click the Options button, a window appears, shown in Figure 15-15, that enables you to select the No Override option or the Disabled option, with which you can disable the Group Policy. Also notice that the Block Policy inheritance check box is available at the bottom of the Group Policy tab, as shown in Figure 15-14.
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Figure 15-15: Group Policy object options
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If you click the Properties button, you see a General, Links, and Security tab. The Links and Security tabs are standard object tabs, but do notice on the General tab that you can choose to disable the computer configuration or the user configuration portion of a Group Policy. This is an effective option because you could have a Group Policy where you configure only the user portion and not the computer portion. You could then disable the computer portion to speed the policy application process. You can also click the Add button to add a different GPO to the console. This feature opens a window that enables you to select an existing site, domain, or OU policy you can add and use. Finally, the Edit button opens the Group Policy MMC console, shown in Figure 15-16, where you can actually configure the Group Policy. Notice that you have two categories User Configuration and Computer Configuration.
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Figure 15-16: Group Policy MMC console
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Aside from accessing the Group Policy from the site, domain, or OU properties, you can also manually open the Group Policy snap-in. To open the GPO in this manner, follow these steps: 1. Click Start Run, type MMC, and then click OK. 2. Click Console Add/Remove snap-in. 3. On the Add/Remove Snap-in window, click the Add button. 4. From the snap-in list that appears, select Group Policy and click OK. 5. The Select Group Policy Object window appears, shown in Figure 15-17. Thus, by default the Group Policy is focused on the local computer. You can change this focus by clicking the Browse button.
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Figure 15-17: Select Group Policy Object window
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6. The Browse for a Group Policy Object window opens, shown in Figure 15-18. You see tabs for Domain/OUs, Sites, Computers, or All. You can browse the tabs, open the desired policy, and then click OK.
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Figure 15-18: Browse for a Group Policy Object window
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7. Click the Finish button, then click Close on the Add Standalone Snap-in window, and then click OK to open the snap-in.
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Once you open a Group Policy, either by using the site, domain, or OU properties sheets or by manually opening the console, you can then configure the Group Policy object as desired. You can configure either the user object or computer object (or both, of course) by clicking on the icon in the left pane to expand it. You ll see that the categories are the same for the user and computer objects, and you ll even find that many of the policies overlap.
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When the policy is applied, if the user policy and computer policy conflict, the user policy is applied.
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Configuration is easy for the most part, but you do have quite a few options. The following two sections examine the Computer and User Configurations separately.
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To create a Group Policy, you must be a member of the Administrators group or the Group Policy Creator Owners group.
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Computer Configuration
If you expand Computer Configuration in the Group Policy console, you see that you have three containers: Software Settings, Windows Settings, and Administrative Templates. The following sections consider what is available in each of these.