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6.7.3 Group Policy Inheritance 
Group Policy inheritance refers to the order in which Windows Server 2003 applies GPOs. This order 
determines which settings ultimately affect users and computers. 
You can modify Group Policy inheritance and control how Group Policy settings are applied to specific 
computers and users. This allows you to block, force, or filter the inheritance of Group Policy settings. You 
can thus prevent a child container from inheriting any GPOs from parent containers by enabling Block 
Policy Inheritance on the child container. However, you cannot choose which GPOs are blocked as Block 
Inheritance affects all GPOs from all parent containers. 
If a link is configured with the No Override setting then Block Policy Inheritance cannot stop the 
inheritance of a GPO linked to a parent container as the No Override setting takes precedence over the Block 
Policy Inheritance setting. The No Override setting causes all Group Policy settings to apply, even if they 
conflict with settings in a GPO that is linked to a child container. 
You can also modify Group Policy inheritance by using filtering. This allows you to prevent a GPO and its 
settings from applying to specific computers, users, and security groups in a container. This method is 
preferred over Block Policy Inheritance and No Override. For Group Policy to apply to a user or computer 
account, the account must have Allow Read and Allow Apply Group Policy permissions for the GPO. 

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