GPMC setting - Enforced

Hi,

Is the setting "Enforced" within the GPMC the same as "No Override" in AD..?

Cheers,
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
Hi Nael_Shahid,

no it means as a policy object its forced and applied - not that its just a configured policy doing nothing....

Cheers!
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Nael_ShahidAuthor Commented:
So if the policy is linked to an OU but is displayed in the GPMC interface as not Enforced then it is in affect not applied to the OU..?

If this is that case do you know were the equivalent to "No Override" is in the GPMC..?
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
not positive on that

all i know was that today - i created an OU and ran gpresult on a client and it didnt detect it - hit enforce and suddenly all is well
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Nael_ShahidAuthor Commented:
Thanks for that.
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
:)
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