Inheriting policies from an upper server

The network model for this scenario is the same as the previous two scenarios. In addition, the master server, along with the Default Parent Policy, contains other policies, that are down replicable and serve as parent policies on the lower servers. For Policy 1 (see the figure below), the attribute Override any child policy is activated. The local administrator still has a large degree of autonomy, but the main administrator defines which policies are replicated down and which of them serve as parent policies for local policies. The attribute Override… dictates that configurations set in the selected policies override those set on the local servers.