1. You have just set up a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory network, and you want to use group policies to control user configuration. You have configured local policies on some of the machines in your domain, and you also want to configure some site and OU policies for more granular control, but you are concerned about policies at different levels “canceling each other out.” Which of the following types of GPOs will override settings applied at the domain level? (Choose all that apply.)
☑ B. Only GPOs assigned at the OU level can override settings applied at the domain level.
⌧ Answers A and C are incorrect because local ...