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Group Policy "Enforce"

Does the enforce attribute in Group Policy bypass the block inheritance???
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rrose987
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mlemanCommented:
enforce forces a group policy to be applied to an object, pol;icy inhertiance, is works the same as ntfs files permission, child objects take on parent objects, to enforce settings in a group policy you can use the no override option on the gpo options.

i think thats right.

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Yes

Enforcing inheritance
You can enforce policy inheritance by setting the No Override option on a Group Policy object link.

When you select the No Override check box, you force all child policy containers to inherit the parent's policy, even if that policy conflicts with the child's policy and even if Block Inheritance has been set for the child.

You can set No Override on a Group Policy object link by opening the properties dialog box for the site, domain, or organizational unit and making sure that the No Override check box is selected. For more information
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/library/ServerHelp/555a133d-62d7-4541-b594-2110c03bafbf.mspx
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
ThanQ
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Damian_GardnerCommented:
I guess I have one more question on this.  I notice that blocking the control panel under user configuration blocks all users, including admins.  Is this an all or nothing setting?  I don't see a way to specify which users to apply this to.

Thanks
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