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2003 ad GPO push pull

Posted on 2008-06-11
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i have a client asking me how GPOs are applied are they pulled or pushed from the network. Are they applied when someone logs on etc. I have worked for a long tme with GPO but I guess this just never came up how are they applied thanks guys
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They are applied according to the schedule defined in the group policy, policy - the default is every 90mins for most machines with every 5 mins for DCs.

Some policies can ONLY be applied/re-applied however at startup or logon (eg re-directing a folder)
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by:zenworksb
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where is the group policy policy so I can take a look at it in there environment thank you so much KCTS you are the best
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