Is there a way to do in a certain pc to prevent a domain group policy from propagating to a certain pc?

Is there a way to do in a certain pc to prevent a domain group policy from propagating to a certain pc?
For example installing a firewall  in the machine,
I want the solution if exists to be in the pc without doing the exception in the server.
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Larry Struckmeyer MVPCommented:
No, the only way to remove a system from any or all group policy settings is to either remove it from the domain or to restrict the application of the gpo from the server.

Otherwise, group policy would not be effective and centralized management would be of no use.
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Natty GregIn Theory (IT)Commented:
Yes there is one way, keep the pc of the network, as long as the pc is on the network the server group policy rules
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