Martin- One clarification. If you apply a user policy to a machine OU, then that would not apply if there are no user accounts in that OU (unless you have enabled those computers for loopback processing). Normally user policies only apply to user accounts. Darren From: gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Martin Hugo Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2007 5:13 AM To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [gptalk] Re: General question about Machine and User Policy Thanks for the responses everyone. Reason I asked is because it seemed to me that if I apply a user policy in a machine OU, it would apply to every user that logged on to a machine in that OU. Then it ocurred to me that if a user whose own policy (from their user OU) is at odds with the machine's, which would win. Anyway, seems it depends on the ADM itself. Martin T. Hugo Network Administrator Hilliard City Schools Tel: 614-921-7102 Martin_Hugo@xxxxxxxx gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes: Machine Policy, for sure... Regds, LP Martin Hugo <Martin_Hugo@xxxxxxxx> wrote: Hello, Just a general question; if a user policy and a machine policy are at odds, who wins? Martin T. Hugo Network Administrator Hilliard City Schools Tel: 614-921-7102 Martin_Hugo@xxxxxxxx _____ Yahoo! Mail is the world's favourite email. Don't settle for less, sign up for your free account today.