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Single GPO vs. Multiple GPOs

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I am pretty new to setting up Group Policies. Is it better practice to have mulitple GPOs rather than one GPO. For example, should I have seperate GPOs for mapped drives, windows updates, mapped printers, etc. or is it okay to make one "big" GPO with all these paramaters? Thank you very much!