Ok, enough back story. How do you actually perform the link? It depends on the tool you are using.
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* If you're using the "old-school" interface that comes in the box with Windows 2000 or Windows 2003, then, once you right-click over the level (ie: Site, domain, or OU) and select Properties, and click the Group Policy tab, you then simply select the "Add" button.
* If you're using the new-school GPMC (Group Policy Management Console) you right-click over the level (ie: Site, domain, or OU) and select "Link an Existing GPO".
Then in both cases, just select the existing GPO, which lives in the "Group Policy Swimming Pool" of the domain.
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