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GPO Policy

Posted on 2012-08-28
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Last Modified: 2012-08-28
1. How to check which GPO is applied to workstations ?
2. What's the usage for option "Enforced" and "Link Enabled" in the GPO ?
3. The slower number (4) should take precedence over higher number (5). However, the user's final policy shows that precedence 5 takes effect. Any idea ?

Question by:AXISHK
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by:Sushil Sonawane
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1. How to check which GPO is applied to workstations ?

On the client computer, at a cmd prompt run gpresult. This will tell you what GPOs are applied and which ones are filtered out. Use the Group Policy Management Console to see what the GPO entails.

2. What's the usage for option "Enforced" and "Link Enabled" in the GPO ?


The following article help you to troubleshooting group policy and your question answer.

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On the users command prompt run "gpresult /R"

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