Chapter 7. Managing Group Policy Processing

The Group Policy client running on a computer is responsible for processing policy and requesting updates to policy. To ensure that policy changes you make are applied as expected, you need a strong understanding of:

  • How inheritance works and how inheritance can be modified.

  • How policy is processed and refreshed, and how you can modify these processes.

  • How policy processing changes when users connect over slow links, and how you can manage slow-link processing.

  • How you can plan policy changes so that no surprises occur ...

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