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GPO: Do security settings remain when copied to another OU or domain?

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When you copy (not link or relink) a GPO from one OU -OR- more specifically to another domain (from test.company.com to prod.company.com with a trust).

Do GPOs retain their security filters/ groups, WMI filters, etc. ?

NOTE: NOT talking about the "internal" GPO settings i.e. Screensaver, mappings,etc.
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If click on preserved permission then Yes when you gpo one OU to another OU  GPOs retain their security filters/ groups, WMI filters, etc


For more info refer below link:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc947833(v=ws.10).aspx

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb742376.aspx
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Still you have to check whether the group names resolve correctly or not. I assume when you copy a GPO from test to prod you want to filter for the prod groups not for the test groups!
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It totally depends on the What type domain trust you have.

1) Domainwide turst : existing group will shown in GPO

2) Selective trust : Group might be not shown if they do not have permission.
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