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I put all my servers in an ou and blocked gpo policies to it yet I still get the default domain policy. Why is this and how do I stop it?
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What policies are you getting.  You will still get the password policy.  Have you run an RSoP report or gpresult?

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What GPO is the user supposed to get?
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It was the users GPO's that were doing it.
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