Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Security and WMI filtering, part of Windows Server 2016: Implementing Group Policy.
- [Instructor] One aspect of group policy management…that many administrators find to be a bit tricky…is getting the group policy object settings to apply…to exactly the users and computers that you want them to.…And we know we have our default…order of application inheritance,…we have our LSDOU as far as that goes,…and we also have block inheritance…and enforced to help us out,…but sometimes that's just not enough to get the job done.…
So there's a couple of extra filters that are available…called security filtering and WMI filtering,…which can sometimes help you narrow down…who and what exactly you're applying these settings to.…Now to look at these filters we need to jump over…to our domain controller, DC-1.…Here in the Server Manager let's go up to the Tools menu,…and then select Group Policy Management.…Here in Group Policy Management…what I want to do is I'm going to expand my Domains down…and I'm going to expand the Chicago container…where I have a GPO that's already been linked.…
It's that Demo First GPO.…
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