- 1). Test and backup the system properly before making changes. Changes made to the GPO may not be reversible.
- 2). Open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) for your organizational unit.
- 3). Right-click on your organizational unit and select "Properties."
- 4). Select the "Group Policy" tab In the Organizational Unit Properties dialog box.
- 5). Click "New" to create a new GPO that will be pushed to all the computer accounts located in your organizational unit.
- 6). Name or rename the new group policy object. The name should fit the group function.
- 7). Restart the computer for changes to take effect.
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