Computer still getting Default Domain Policy even though it's not linked/inherited.

I'm testing with different GPOs and for some reason I'm still having GPOs apply to me from the "Default domain policy", even though my computer is in an OU that does not have the Default Domain Policy linked or inherited. It's also not enforced, so I'm not sure why it's still applying to my computer.

I have Block Inheritance checked on the OU my computer is in as well.

Is that normal behavior, do I need to add an explicit Deny Apply GPO for my Computer Object in this specific GPO's security tab?
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Couple of things here...

This is not normal. When you use blocked inheritance it blocks the Default Domain Policy unless you Enforce it. You should not use Deny if you are using blocked inheritance.

You stated your "computer" is in an OU where blocked inheritance is linked to the OU. Does your Default Domain Policy have any user based policies? If they do they will be applied to your user account if you have not added your USER account to an OU where you are also using blocked inheritance.

Have you rebooted or run gpupdate /force? When you use rsop.msc and check the properties of Computer or User Configuration do any policies show up?

In my lab i have blocked inheritance on a few OU's and if computers or users are in these OU's they do not get any policies from parent OU's.

Will.

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garryshapeAuthor Commented:
Omg I totally didn't think about that, my user account. Hahaha
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