I already have my active directory tree and group policy in place. I would like to be able to create a group that I could restrict access through a group policy object. Is this possible?
I've already linked my Group Policy Objects to this group but I don't necessarily want "everyone" in that group to be restricted. Can I create a new group (under groups) where I could manually add individuals that I deem problematic?
You can apply group policy in a couple different ways. What I like to do is use security groups to apply policies to instead of trying to organize my OU's relative to how I apply group policy. Doing it
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