I'm trying to do a good ol' fashioned Group Policy Object clean-up job on our domain controller that was upgraded from Windows 2000 (Small Business I think) to Windows Server 2008R2.
In my company's domain we have a
Default Domain Controllers Policy that has been linked to the entire domain. This GPO contains mostly
Local Policies/User Rights Assignmentpolicies that I want to set as closely to the defaults as possible.
What happens to the workstations/servers User Rights Assignments when I unlink the GPO from the entire domain and let it only apply to the Domain Controllers OU?
Do the workstations revert to their default behaviour or do I need to make a GPO to assign the workstations/servers their defaults?
Bonus Question: Is there a definitive resource, rule or list of Group Policy settings that will effectively reset to whatever the
Undefined behaviour is on the computer or is that something where every setting is unique and must be researched on an individual basis?