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Request Control of a Previously Uncontrolled GPO
Request Control of a Previously Uncontrolled GPO
jamiejdt
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06/16/2016

Request Control of a Previously Uncontrolled GPO

To use Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM) to provide change control for an existing Group Policy object (GPO), the GPO must be controlled with AGPM. Unless you are an Approver or an AGPM Administrator (Full Control), you must request that the GPO be controlled.

A user account with the Editor or Reviewer role or necessary permissions in Advanced Group Policy Management is required to complete this procedure. Review the details in "Additional considerations" in this topic.

To control a previously uncontrolled GPO

  1. In the Group Policy Management Console tree, click Change Control in the forest and domain in which you want to manage GPOs.

  2. On the Contents tab in the details pane, click the Uncontrolled tab to display the uncontrolled GPOs.

  3. Right-click the GPO to be controlled with AGPM, and then click Control.

  4. Unless you have special permission to control GPOs, you must submit a request for control. To receive a copy of the request, type your e-mail address in the Cc field. Type a comment to be displayed in the History of the GPO, and then click Submit.

  5. When the Progress window indicates that overall progress is complete, click Close. The GPO is removed from the list on the Uncontrolled tab and added to the Pending tab. When an Approver has approved your request, the GPO will be moved to the Controlled tab.

Additional considerations

  • By default, you must be an Editor or a Reviewer to perform this procedure. Specifically, you must have List Contents and Read Settings permissions for the domain.

  • To withdraw your request before it has been approved, click the Pending tab. Right-click the GPO, and then click Withdraw. The GPO will be returned to the Uncontrolled tab.

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