tilgner Absent Member.
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dlu in ou's

hi,

it is possible to create a dlu policy and assign it to the root (o=...)
and then create a other policy wich i assign to an ou= wich is under the o=... who deletes the dlu policy of the root?

thank you,
tobi
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: dlu in ou's

I don't believe so.
The closest thing you could come to this is configuring "system
requirements" for the DLU policy.
Set it so that some Application or Setting on the PC will cause DLU to not
work.
You could push this setting to a given OU.

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> hi,
>
> it is possible to create a dlu policy and assign it to the root
> (o=...)
> and then create a other policy wich i assign to an ou= wich is under
> the o=... who deletes the dlu policy of the root?
>
> thank you,
> tobi
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