Number of Group Policy Objects
I am still a little new to Windows Server and Group Policy Objects. I am curious if there is a limit of how many Group Policy Objects should be used? I am trying to construct multiple GPOs to be applied based on user/computer group membership. I would like to create a Global GPO that handles the basics that are applied to all our users/computers but then I would like to have a separate GPO for students and faculty as they have different restrictions that extend the global GPO. I would also like to have a GPO that handles things like my printer mappings and drive mappings.
With all that said I'll ask the question again. What is the limit for GPOs?