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i have migrated a gpo with a login script from one domain to another and applied to teh i that teh users are in. If I apply a GPO to a ou everything under that OU will recieve the GPO correct?
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Yes thats right it will take effect to the whole OU you can go further down the tree and untick inherit should you wish.

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Yes - providing block inhertiance is not used then if you apply a policy it applies be default to that OU and all child OUs
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