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Windows 7 Thread, GPO's apply fine, GPP's dont.. in Technical; Will defo try that... BUT just after writing that post, my wallpaper issue seems to have fixed itself...*scratches head*. I ...
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    Will defo try that...

    BUT just after writing that post, my wallpaper issue seems to have fixed itself...*scratches head*. I hate computers sometimes. Let me see how other things are..

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    LOL .. I know .. GPP seem to be as bad as GPO were a number of years back (and some still seem to be today) .. they apply at their will to show they are the real boss, not us .. lol ..

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    this is very true because the wallpaper that was working has now reverted back to the old one..

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    What result do you get is you use the Group Policy Management Console to generate a Group Policy Result for the workstation and user?

    It should list any Group Policy Preferences applied to either the user/computer in the relevent bit. I've tested our, if you have client side targeting enabled on the policy and it doesn't meet the criteria then it doesn't list it at all.

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    on a client type gpresult /r at a command prompt

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    We had an issue with our netlogon folders not syncronising to other servers. Have you got multiple DCs? If so load up one of them and check your GP settings - you can choose server some where. Just trying to remember where - I did this and found that one server was not replicating GP settings.

    I changed our replication to what microsoft suggested and it fixed a lot of problems.

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    Could it by any chance be this setting?

    Computer Config>Policies>Admin Templates>System>Scripts
    Run startup scripts asynchronously

    If not already set to Enabled, try changing this to Enabled.

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    Are you using anything other then Windows Firewall (firewall specifically)?
    Could you please run a GP result report from GPMC as that should help show what objects it found and applied.
    Are the GPP settings in a GP or are they 2 policies?

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    Hi

    Have you done a gpresult on the command line of the client?
    Have you done a rsop.msc on the client?
    Have to done a model and a results in the group policy editor on the server?
    Have you had a look in the event log.
    Do you have multiple domain controllers?
    Are they replicating?
    Have you done a netdiag and a dcdiag on the servers.
    Do the group policies apply to some and not all computers or none?
    Are group policies over righting the settings of other policies?
    Have you tried unlinking the policies that don't work and recreating them. You might have a corrupt policy.
    Are the nic cards 1 gig in the clients. They may be starting too quick for the network and not picking up the policies you might have to put in the policy to wait for the domain in a gpo and a registry setting manually into the clients to wait for the gpos.

    I am looking for clues.

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    Ok, guys....i need to do this in a methodical way...

    What's the best way to do this.

    I have set up a virtual machine in its own OU, it is picking up GP's that are set up for the whole domain.

    This is a very simple GPP that i have put in there, shows up but doesn't apply. Could well be cus i've set something up wrong. That's fine, let me know...

    Untitled.jpg

    maybe cus ive done it from my folder in staff common? Talk to me like an idiot its fine, i've completely glazed over now....

    So many options to look at...

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    As you're applying that under computer configuration can the computer account access your home folder?

    Probably not so try with a location that computers or authenticated users can access?

    Ben

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    is the location you are trying to copy from free and open access to everyone? Or is the share and NTFS permissions setup just for staff/you?

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    so if i change it to user and add it to somewhere like netlogon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    so if i change it to user and add it to somewhere like netlogon?
    Computer is fine, but move the source file to an open share somewhere - something like an AppDeploy server share, where all your software is installed from. DOMAIN\Domain Computers will require at least (I think) read access to the original file to be able to copy it.

    Alternatively, for the sake of the testing, you could add Domain Computers to the permissions of that file/folder.

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    Authenticated users will do it as domain computers are authenticated users.

    Policy settings incorrectly applied or denied due to security filtering: Group Policy

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