Group Policy: What's the proper way to do this?
I currently have 1 group policy object with about 30 different settings inside it and nothing else, is this the proper way of doing this?
I've been told I should have 30 different objects each unique to their own group policy rule.
Now upon asking 'why?' I wasn't really given a proper answer by my colleague just that it makes things look a lot cleaner and easier to use in case I need to find something.
This is a fair point and I understand it but I know my policy settings inside and out and I'm the only network admin at this particular site so it doesn't effect anyone else.
The question that's on my mind now is: Does this effect performance? does having GPO with 30 rules inside it perform better than having 30 GPO's with a single rule in each?
To put "performance" into perspective I'm just talking about general computer usability and network login times/GPO related network tasks in general etc