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    Error 1058/1030

    Hi, I wonder if anyone can help me, our GPO has been working fine on the school network, but a couple of days ago we started getting Error 1058 /1030 stating some (not all workstations) cannot access the GPT.ini file and that Group Policy was aborted.

    The GPT.ini is available on all replicated boxes and i have run through the technet stuff to no avail. Has anyone else had problems with GPO suddenly cutting out on some workstations?

    Any help greatfully received

    Ivor

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    Thanks after reading the doc I can now cure the problem by flushing DNS cache on client! but after a day machines start dropping again !
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