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    Problems with group policy objects

    Hi,

    I keep having a recurring problem with some group policy objects that I have created on Server 2003.

    They seem to work fine and then after an ramdom amount of time I am unable to edit certain parts of them just getting the message `Access Denied'.

    I able to a edit say Internet Explorer Maintenance and add in a URL, click apply and it applies fine. Move to something like system in administrative templates and change something, click apply and I get Access denied.

    Anyone have any ideas why this maybe happening as it becomes a bit boring having to re-create an entire GPO judt to make a single change.

    Thanks

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    Try

    DFSUTIL /PURGEMUPCACHE
    GPUPDATE /FORCE


    I get the same error a while after I've rebooted my 2003 server. But running this sorts it.

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    Thanks I have tried that, still throws up access denied when trying to edit specific parts.

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    Are you logged on as a domain admin? Are there multiple DCs at the site? It could have something to do with replication if you're able to create and edit to your heart's content, but are having problems going back to it after it has replicated. Check the Delegation tab in GP edit on a policy you're having trouble with and ensure you have the correct permissions.



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