We have had to block inheritance of properties in order for our software to run, according to the LEA this was the only way. This causes so many problems!
My Question is how can I apply a group policy to a container when Block Inheritance has been checked?
If they are saying you have to block inheritance, i assume of GPO's, then they must be a reason behind it. Is it one setting that should be left as something? You could always try and find out which policy is causing the problems and just deny that one to the OU or find the setting it requires and have another GPO for his which u apply with the software? simply doing what they have said may solve the issue, but knowing why that works would be a better step to finding a better solution (better being you don't have to disable inheritance.) my 2pence neway.
If enabling block inheritance solves the problem, there could typically be a conflict of policies somewhere which is inherited higher up the tree. Using GPMC will allow you to easily view which policies are being applied so you can isolate the problem.
I would only ever enable block inheritance as the last option. I would consider it a temporary workaround, not a permanent fix.
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