In the previous chapter, we talked about basic Group Policy processing principles along with some special cases, including what happens over a slow link and how to manage the Group Policy engine itself — using Group Policy.
In this chapter, we'll explore some advanced scenarios. Here's the quick breakdown of what they are and why I think you'll be interested:
If you've ever wanted to decide when and where a particular Group Policy should be applied, you're going to love WMI filters.
If you've thought to yourself, "How do I get user-side settings to affect my computers?," you're going to love Loop back policy processing.
And, if you've got multiple Active Directories tied together with cross-forest trusts, ...