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[TIL] WMI filtering has separate precedence with GPOs

I knew that when it comes to a bunch of GPOs linked to an OU the one with the lowest number (highest in the list) has the highest priority.

What I learnt today is that if in this list you have a GPO that’s got a higher number (i.e. low priority and would typically be over-ridden by another one higher in the list) if it is scoped to a WMI filter then it is in a separate queue of its own and processed after all the other GPOs are processed. Thus, this GPO which would typically be over-ridden will apply above all others in the specific WMI filter scope it is applied to.

[TIL] WMI filtering has separate precedence with GPOs by rakhesh is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.