What does link enabled do in group policy?
Likewise, people ask, what does link enabled mean in GPO?
"Link enabled" means that the Group Policy is linked to the OU - so the. policy applies to the objects within the OU. "Enforced" means, that the policy - or more specifically - its settings. cannot be overwritten by another (later processed) policy.
Beside above, how do I enable a GPO link? Perform one of the following actions:
- To create a new GPO, on the Action menu, click Create and Link New GPO. Type a name for the GPO, and then click OK.
- To link to an existing AD container, on the Action menu, click Link an Existing GPO. Select the GPO to which you want to link to the domain or OU, and then click OK.
Likewise, what does enforced do in group policy?
Enforced (No override) is a setting that is imposed on a GPO, along with all of the settings in the GPO, so that any GPO with higher precedence does not “win” if there is a conflicting setting. Enforced (No override) sets the GPO in question to not be overridden by any other GPO (by default, of course).
What happens when you unlink a GPO?
1 Answer. Removing a GPO from an OU containing machines and/or users that its affecting (or moving the objects into a new OU) will stop the settings in it being enforced. It is possible for the setting being affected by the GPO to become "tattooed" by the settings in the GPO.