GPO problems: Block inheritance

I created a new OU and added my machine to the OU and then enabled block inheritance, I then run gpupdate /force on my machine and run RSOP.  

RSOP says that the default domin policy and URLS-Corporate are being applied to USERS only!

Why is this?  
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hbaberAsked:
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Mike KlineCommented:
Are those two GPOs set to enforced?  

Thanks

Mike
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PWeerakoonCommented:
The problem is your USER ACCOUNT is not in the TEST OU. Only the COMPUTER ACCOUNT is in that OU.Move the user object into that OU as well.
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Angel_expertCommented:
You have successfully blocked the Computer policies by moving Computer Account to this OU, in order to block User level policies you will require to move the User Account which you are using to logon to this computer in this OU.

Thanks,
Pravin
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hbaberAuthor Commented:
makes sense now that you explained that.  I has expecting to block everything.
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