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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Group Policy Problem - Filtering: Not Applied (empty) in Technical; Originally Posted by cpjitservices have you tired a forced GPUpdate on the clients ? Yep Screenshots attached...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjitservices View Post
    have you tired a forced GPUpdate on the clients ?
    Yep

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    Ok under the details tab, disable the user part configuration...without any settings this will just confuse the issue and will give you the "Filter not applied (empty)" error.

    once this has been done, try a GPupdate /force
    Then run another gpresult to check your error is still there

    If your problem still exists, try removing "Autenticated users" and adding in the device you wish to test on.
    Then repeat the above steps again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefox View Post
    Ok under the details tab, disable the user part configuration...without any settings this will just confuse the issue and will give you the "Filter not applied (empty)" error.

    once this has been done, try a GPupdate /force
    Then run another gpresult to check your error is still there

    If your problem still exists, try removing "Autenticated users" and adding in the device you wish to test on.
    Then repeat the above steps again.
    tried both them and doesnt work still

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    @FN-GM - Is this resolved now?

    Sukh

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    nope

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    Are other scripts running okay through GPOs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMash View Post
    Are other scripts running okay through GPOs?
    Yep they seem to be, just setup a machine and its installed all the software it needed to. The software is deployed by startup script. I could see the startup scrpt running and software installing.

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    have you tried applying the script that's not working in one of the GPOs with functioning scripts?

    Or alternatively creating a new one with the script in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMash View Post
    have you tried applying the script that's not working in one of the GPOs with functioning scripts?
    Tried this.

    Or alternatively creating a new one with the script in?
    How do you mean please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    How do you mean please?
    If you create a new GPO and link it to the correct location then add the script in. Bit like the old IT Crowd of turning it off and on again.

    I take it the script still didn't work when you put it in the GPOs that run the other scripts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMash View Post
    If you create a new GPO and link it to the correct location then add the script in. Bit like the old IT Crowd of turning it off and on again.

    I take it the script still didn't work when you put it in the GPOs that run the other scripts?
    Tried both and didnt work

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    I take it under the startup option you added the .vbs file under the "scripts" and not under powershell?

    Because the result you posted above say the order is not configured, but that lives under the powershell tab.

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    What's the permissions on the actual script file? does "SYSTEM" have read and execute on it?

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    Also try putting another setting in the GPO...anything fairly low impact...just to see if the policy now doesn't show as empty

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