Use WMI Filter To Apply Group Policy To IP Subnet

Using a WMI filter, you can apply a group policy based on the client’s TCP/IP subnet.

1. In Group Policy Management, right-click the WMI Filters folder and click New.

2. Name your new WMI policy, give it a description if you wish.

3. Click the Add button, leave the Namespace at the default setting “root\CIMv2” and enter the following within in the Query text box (replacing 10.1.1.% with your specific subnet):
Select * FROM Win32_IP4RouteTable
WHERE ((Mask='255.255.255.255' AND NextHop='127.0.0.1')
AND (Destination Like '10.1.1.%')

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4. That’s it!

If you want to have the group policy apply to multiple client subnets, use this instead (again, replacing 10.1.1.% and 10.1.2.% and 10.1.3.% and so on):
Select * FROM Win32_IP4RouteTable
WHERE ((Mask='255.255.255.255' AND NextHop='127.0.0.1')
AND (Destination Like '10.1.1.%' OR Destination Like '10.1.2.%' OR Destination Like '10.1.3.%'))

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