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    Question regarding 2008 and 2003

    Have a 2008 member server running various internal websites. I've noticed in event viewer that there are errors regarding registry policies not being applied. Is this expected?

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    Are the errors in the sevrer 2003 or 2008 server? What are the errors please?

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    2008. They're something along the lines of failed to apply the registry policies from GP.

    I'll grab the errors in full next week. In the meantime, if anyone knows what I am referring to, please do post up!

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    1202 - SceCli 0x4b8
    Security policies propogated with warning.

    Looking in the log, it's about the registry.

    Srinivas Ramaswamy
    - Error code 0x4b8 = "An extended error has occurred" - This error appeared on the GPO that renamed administrator ID or disabled "Guest" account. This issue appeared because %Windir%\security\Database\Secedit.sdb was corrupt. Check "esentutl /g %Windir%\security\Database\Secedit.sdb". It will say the database is either corrupt or out-of-date. Run "esentutl /p %Windir%\security\Database\Secedit.sdb" to repair or simply delete the %Windir%\security\Database\Secedit.sdb file. The database will be recreated on the reboot. Either choice will need a reboot
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    I've looked and the part that actually fails is configure log settings.



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