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Is there a way to block a domain policy to a local machine via a registry key or local policy setting?  I do not want to block this policy via A/D inheritance.  The policy must be blocked at a local level if possible.  Any Ideas?
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Domian policies will always take precidence - unless you put the machine in an OU and block policy inheritance on the OU or to use security filtering http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Group-Policy-Security-Filtering.html

In any event it has to be done at the domain not at the client
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Unfortunately there is no way to do this at the PC level. Group policy wants to be in control. If you do not want to create a group to block inheratance and put this PC in it you can create a GPO and set it to 'undo' whatever other policies you do not want to be applied to this computer. Then assign the policy to this computer only and set it for no override.
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