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Disable Cache exchange mode group policy or other method

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I want to disable cache exchange mode on our terminal servers but not our workstations and the trouble I am having is the policy is under users. Not computers. So this won't work because our terminal servers are in a separate OU from everything else all to themselves. How else can I prevent/block users from turning it on inside their terminal server?
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Use Loopback policy processing to apply the user setting when people log in to the terminal servers. When you enable loopback processing, all User policy settings linked to the same OU as the policy processing GPO will apply to the computers in that OU when users log in. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc978513.aspx

Basically, set a GPO to disable the Exchange cache, then set loopback processing to merge settings in the same GPO, then link it to the OU with the servers in it.
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