I have multiple OUs with group policies customized for each of them. I created a terminal server OU that contains my terminal servers, but did not attach any group policies to it.
I logged into one of the terminal servers with a user account and noticed that the terminal server session contained all the group policy settings that belongs to the OU which contains the user account. How do I prevent this from happening?
Create a new GPO "GPOLoopbackProcessing", link it to the Terminal Server OU, and enable Loopback Processing in Replace mode; you should find it in Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\System\Group
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