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Windows Default Domain Policy in Active Directory

Can we block the Default Domain Policy in Active Directory?

If yes, how?
Windows OSActive DirectoryWindows 10AzureWindows Server 2016

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Gibo

8/22/2022 - Mon
DrDave242

If you want to block it for a set of users and/or computers, you can create a new OU, place those objects in it, and enable Block Inheritance on the OU.

There are other ways to block GPOs, but note that this sort of thing can cause confusion, especially (speaking from experience here) when you're troubleshooting a Group Policy issue and aren't aware that inheritance has been blocked somewhere.

arnold

The obvious question in an environment that facilitates single point management, why?

Do you have an error and want to reset it?

You can deny Access to the policy..
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Gibo

The MS Edge group policy was configured in the default domain policy & I linked another different MS Edge group policy to test in an OU & blocked the inheritance, but still the MS Edge group policy from the the default domain policy persists?
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arnold

Mark the ms edge policy in the O?u enforced.
This will make the OU ms edge settings supplant the default domain policy settings.

Additionally, use GPmC on the server to confirm which is the winning GPO.
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Gibo

Tried enforced & didn't work, ran gpupdate /force & gpresult /r says my MS Edge Group policy was applied & filtered out the default domain policy
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arnold

One option is to create a fo sin side ms edge policy and apply it to the top of the domain excluding the users, groups to which you do not want it applied, could be using wmi filter.
Remove the entries from the default domain policy
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Gpupdate ...and retry. It might take two attempts..
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McKnife

Remove the settings from the default Dom policy. Done.
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Gibo

Thank you for all your prompt response, appreciate much for all your help!