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How do I change the priority of a group policy?

The video below is a guide on how to change the priority of a Group Policy:

The “Default” policy is not the one that needs to be used. That is just an example.

NOTE: If you have 3 Group Policies and one of them is not related to an AD Local Security Group, then that specific one will automatically take the configuration of the one above it.


Example:
Test3 – is related to an AD Local Security Group
Test2 – is not related to an AD Local Security Group
Test1 - is related to an AD Local Security Group


In this situation, Group Policy Test2 will take the configuration of Group Policy Test3.


If you have only two Group Policies and one of them is not related to an AD Local Security Group, then that specific one will automatically take the configuration of the one that is active and is related to an AD Local Security Group.


Example:
Test2 – is not related to an AD Local Security Group
Test1 - is related to an AD Local Security Group


In this situation, Group Policy Test2 will take the configuration of Group Policy Test1.

See also: How can I distribute a policy to an AD User group?

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