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Windows 7 Thread, GPO Permission Denied in Technical; Hi, Sorry for the delay. Yes once I removed it from the domain I deleted it from AD - replicated ...
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    Hi,

    Sorry for the delay. Yes once I removed it from the domain I deleted it from AD - replicated almost instantly and it was given a totally different, new name. As for the PC that has now decided to receive GP updates again I've attached its GPO operational events. Can't understand why one minute its receiving them fine and the next minute isn't. I do know though it will stop receiving them!


    GPO_Op.zip

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    Hi

    Can you try again, that GPO_Op.zip seems corrupt.

    Thanks
    Sukh

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    Apologies, this one appears to open correctly
    GPOP.zip

    Thanks

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    Hi

    As a test can you disable the WSUS GPO, then run gpupdate /force.

    Also, just to confirm is this issue on all the PC's you imaged?

    Thanks
    Sukh

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    Hi,

    Imaged 33 computers running windows 7 pro - all experiencing this problem - intermittently. At the same time also made an image for 35 windows 7 pro laptops so both have the exact same software installed on educational software and office only difference is the laptops use the Windows 7 pro install that requires an existing licence so it was a clean install whereas the PCs which I am having problems with used Windows 7 pro already installed by HP. Could this be the issue? However I can't make either PC now repeat the error but this has happened before last week. Do you believe the WSUS GPO has errors?

    Thanks

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    Hi

    Can you configure the following on the GPO and assign to the computer which is having the issue. You may want to create a Test OU and move the the problem computer into this OU and then apply the policy to this Test OU. It seems like most of your settings are in the default domain policy. If this is the case, as many settings as you can and then assign. Set the value to 45s

    AS A TEST, IT MAY BE BETTER TO ENTER THIS KEY ON THE REG OF THE PROBLEM PC. SEE THE REG KEY BELOW. Create the key if it doesn't exist.

    Policy Location: Computer Configuration > Policies > Admin Templates > System > Group Policy
    Setting Name: Startup policy processing wait time

    Registry Key: HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System!Gp NetworkStartTimeoutPolicyValue

    Thanks
    Sukh
    Last edited by sukh; 15th March 2011 at 03:26 PM. Reason: 45s

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    Hi

    I dont believe it has anything to do with the WSUS GPO. I just wanted to rule out GPO's.

    The Operational Logs indicate connectivity issues.

    If you run the gpupdate /force, are you able to reproduce?

    Also, did you try the REG key?

    Thanks
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    Also, am I right to assume that you have created two images? One for the Laptops and another for the computers?

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    Hi,

    Sorry again for the delay. I placed the PC that iv just re-imaged in a test OU along with a GPO that had the setting for the policy wait time and it appears to be working - however it could just be temporary. however I did gpupdate /force and reboot a couple of times and it stayed able to receive the policies.

    As for the images, sorry its two separate images but the setup of both is identical in terms of software etc on the devices. With the laptops working fine with no issues with receiving GPOs which are the same GPOs as those trying to be sent to the PCs which are not working.

    Thanks again for all the help!

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    Hi

    Thanks for the update.

    Can you let me know how you get along.

    Sukh

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    Hi,

    Started up the PC that I setup with the reg key in the Test OU this morning - Access is denied on the GPO. Did a Gpupdate /force same message. Anything further I could try? Could it be something hardware related or something specific to these PCs? I'm just confused to how it can be affecting these 33 PCs but not the 45 laptops that are also running Windows 7, the same GPOs and the same software?

    Thanks

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    Hi

    I'm just on my way to work (on the train) can you check the GUID of two machines that have the issue?

    At this point in time I don't know if you have the but if these effected PC's are not being used, can you do a fresh install on one, I.e use the Win 7 dvd and install manually? While we continue to troubleshoot?

    If you do decide to rebuild manually, please delete the computer account for that PC first.

    Let me know your thoughts?

    Thanks
    Sukh

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    Hi,

    unfortunately I don't have any windows media for the PCs instead its using the recovery partition as the machines came with Windows 7 pro pre-installed will this be ok? As for checking the GUID how do I do this? sorry haven't got a clue!

    Thanks

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    Hi

    Leave the GUID for now.

    Before you rebuild a machine, can you clarify/confirm the following.

    1. Did you build a image yourself for these problem machines?
    2. The recovery partition is as when you received the machines from the manufacturer?
    3. When you build the machines, you use your own image?
    4. How do you build the machines? Deployment method? Image creation?

    Thanks
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    Hi,

    Yeh I setup a PC using the installation of Windows provided. Installed software etc. Then used sysprep and cloned this setup onto the other PCs which are all identical. used clonezilla to copy the image. deployed over a switch and a separate network.

    But I also did the exact same process for the laptops and no matter what I do I can't make them repeat the same GPO issues as the PCs. However the laptops were built with a clean install of Windows 7 pro.

    Thanks

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