Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, Why would inherited permissions be blocked at default domain level? in Technical; As seems pretty standard with most other Primary Schools we have server performing most tasks (apart from SIMS) as a ...
7th July 2010, 02:08 PM #1
Why would inherited permissions be blocked at default domain level?
As seems pretty standard with most other Primary Schools we have server performing most tasks (apart from SIMS) as a curriculum server. Looking at the GPO recently I was puzzled to see a blue exclamation mark against the default domain policy and see it's because the block inherited permissions has been ticked.
I think this has happened by accident but in case not wondered what circumstances would make it appropriate to have it ticked?
8th July 2010, 09:13 AM #2
8th July 2010, 12:43 PM #3
If I am thinking of the right setting then it blocks inheritance of any policy objects above it in the domain tree. As it is the top level object I don't think that it would actually have any affect. Not 100% on this but one reason to tick it would be if your domain was part of a larger domain forrest and you wanted to apply your own individual policies without the interfearence from forest wide policies.
Thanks to SYNACK from:
speckytecky (9th July 2010)
9th July 2010, 03:14 PM #4
That makes sense Synack. Thanks very much.
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