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You have configured a Group Policy Object (GPO) for the marketing oranization unit (OU) to prevent users from accessing My Network Places and from running System in Control Panel. You want the Managers Domain Local Group to be able to access My Network Places, but you still want to prevent them from running System in Control Panel. What should you do?

A. Add the Managers group to the access control list of the GPO. Disable the permission of the managers group to read and apply the Group Policy

B. Add the Managers group to the access control list of the GPO. Deny the permission of the managers group to read and apply the Group Policy

C. Create a second GPO in the OU. Add the Managers group to the access control list. Allow the managers group to apply the Group Policy. Deny the Authenticated Users group permission to read and apply th

D. Create a second GPO in the OU. Add the Managers group to the access control list. Allow the managers group to apply the Group Policy. Disable the Authenticated Users group permission to read and apply

E. None of above

Answer: Option D

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