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I have an OU policy for all users to lock out thier computers after 15 mins of inactivity. I want this settting to be ignored on a specific server and I want to change the default to 1 hour. I created a local gpo on this server and I create an ou policy for a loopback speciifc to my user name. According to documentation I have been reading this is suppose to change the settings so that when I log on the server my ou users gpo gets ignored. This is not working.

I cannot use the block inheritance.
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