Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Block inheritance and enforced policies, part of Windows Server 2016: Implementing Group Policy.
- Once you understand the default processing order,…or the application and inheritance of Group Policy Objects,…you then need to know how to alter…that default processing order.…There's a couple of settings, called Block Inheritance…and Enforced, that I want to show you here.…To do this, we need to jump back into our domain controller,…so we'll go back into DC-1.…Then here, in the server manager, go up to the Tools menu,…and select Group Policy Management.…
Here in Group Policy Management, if I expand my domains;…expand my landonhotel.local domain;…I want to expand one more container here:…that's the New York container.…The reason why is 'cause I know that I have…some sub-containers; some organizational units…that are nested inside the New York organizational unit.…And the idea here is, right, the default is L-S-D-OU, right?…We have our local Group Policy Objects…that get applied first, then the site Group Policy Objects,…then the domain-linked Group Policy Objects,…followed by the organizational units,…and even down through the hierarchy, right?…
Review the complete set of objectives for exam 70-742, Identity with Windows Server 2016, at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-742.aspx.
- Creating Group Policy objects
- Understanding inheritance
- Adjusting Group Policy preferences and settings
- Running Group Policy update
- Troubleshooting Group Policy
- Adjusting security settings and policies