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Posted on 2011-03-07
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Question on GPO - Can a child folder in an OU be set to inheret Group Policies from the parent folder? If so how to do this?

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by default child OUs inherits GPOs from parents OU. to manage remove or edit inhabitance, right click on the child OU and go to GPO tab and enable or disable GPO inheretence.
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