Create a OU and apply a Group policy

Posted on 2007-10-15
Last Modified: 2008-06-04

I want to create a OU and add some computers for testing.Apply a GPO to add a restricted group.Can we just apply the GPO to the particular OU alone.
Without applting to anything else.
Question by:bsharath
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    Yes. Create the OU (right click - New... Organizational Unit).
    Move some objects into the OU
    use the GPMC to create a new GPO
    Link the GPO to the OU
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    by:Nick Sui
    If you're interested in learning Group Policy then keep the following points at the top of your list:
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    yes you can...but you need to make sure that your computers / users that you want to be affected by the policy are put in the OU....

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