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If you’re talking about “multiple GPOs” or “multiple policy settings” or “policy settings vs. ” Where Group Policy Applies Group Policy can be applied to many machines at once using Active Directory, or it can be applied when you walk up to a specific machine. For the most part, in this book I’ll focus on using Group Policy within an Active Directory environment, where it affects the most machines. A percentage of the settings explored and discussed in this book are available to member or stand-alone Windows machines—which can either participate (that is, be “joined” to Active Directory) or not participate (that is, it’s “non-domain-joined”) in an Active Directory environment.

Think of this as every setting relevant to the currently logged-on user—and these settings will follow the user to every machine they pop on to. Feeding users dog treats, er, Computer-side settings doesn’t work. Same thing with feeding computers User-side settings. When a GPO hits user objects with Computer policy settings or computer objects with User policy settings, it simply will not do anything. You’ll just sit there and scratch your head and wonder why it doesn’t work. But it’s not that it’s not working; this is how it’s designed.

12 Chapter 1 Group Policy Essentials ■ Active Directory–Based Group Policy To use Group Policy in the most meaningful way, you’ll need an Active Directory environment. An Active Directory environment needn’t be anything particularly fancy; indeed, it could consist of a single Domain Controller and perhaps just one Windows 10 workstation joined to the domain. But Active Directory can also grow extensively from that original solitary server. You can think of an Active Directory network as having four constituent and distinct levels that relate to Group Policy: ■■ The local computer ■■ The site ■■ The domain ■■ The organizational unit (OU) The rules of Active Directory state the following: ■■ ■■ Every server and workstation must be a member of one (and only one) domain and be located in one (and only one) site.

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