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Does Windows Group Policy push software to a Windows XP Machine Running parallels?

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Does Windows Group Policy push software to a Windows XP Machine Running parallels? Assuming the computer is part of Active Directory?
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Yes it does.  It's work normal like other machine.  When you turn on the windows xp in parallels, it checks and installs software as needed.
Last time I wonder it works with SCCM or not and the answer is YES too.
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Thank you, how could I block the software GPO on these computers in various different OUS?
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Create another OU without any software GPO and put them in there.  Since they are in parallel machine, it also good to have a different OU for them.
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Thank you for your time!

Is there a way to block computers only.  

Thank you!
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All computers in the same OU will receive the same thing.  If you want it to be different, it should have a special setting on that machine but I dont know about it.  Hopefully some guys in here able to answe that question for you.
cheers,
enz
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