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User Group Policy loopback processing mode

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If I enable "User Group Policy loopback processing mode" for a GPO at the root of my domain, will all GPO's under this one still have loopback enabled as well. Or is it only applied to this one GPO?
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by:Mike Kline
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It will apply to all machines if you apply it to a domain linked policy.  For something like loopback I'd probably not do that.
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You will only apply Loopback processing on that one GPO to all stations in the domain
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Has anyone tested this?
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Tested what? If you enable loopback processing on one Group Policy Object then that object is affected only
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At this point I am still not sure what the answer is. We are getting mixed results. It appears that once loopback is turned on it may affect other GPO's.
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I have not been able to verify any of the answers given.
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