Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure blocking of inheritance and enforced policies, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Manage Group Policy.
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- [Voiceover] Sometimes we find ourselves in a position…where the default processing order…in the application and inheritance…of group policy objects doesn't necessarily work for us.…Fortunately, Microsoft has given us a couple of exceptions…that we can throw in to the mix here.…And so I want to go over them with you now,…but before I do, I want to emphasize the word "exception."…And what I mean by that…is what I'm gonna show you in this lesson…I want you to use sparingly. Okay?…These should be the exceptions to the rule.…
A well-designed network would go ahead…and utilize the default processing order.…It's only when you find yourself in a position…that it just won't work.…So here on the screen I have our LSDOU model,…and so this would be the default processing order.…And I want to use this to illustrate these two exceptions.…The first one is something called "block inheritance."…Block inheritance is something you would apply…to a specific container…that you would link group policy objects to.…And typically it would be a container lower down…
In this course, author Ed Liberman uses Windows Server 2012 R2 to demonstrate what Group Policy is and how to use it effectively. He shows how to configure Group Policy processing, adjust settings and preferences, and troubleshoot Group Policy problems and conflicts as they arise.
Note: This course maps to the Configure and Manage Group Policy domain for MCSA Exam 70-411, Administering Windows Server 2012.
- Configuring Group Policy processing
- Configuring inheritance blocking and enforced passwords
- Configuring security filtering
- Configuring loopback processing and slow-link processing
- Forcing Group Policy updates
- Adjusting settings and preferences
- Backing up Group Policy objects (GPOs)
- Managing software with Group Policy