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    GPO Problems

    Guys,

    Seem to have a problem accessing \\domain.local from some of the PC's and even mine, sometimes it works sometimes it doesnt and its causing GPO's not to pull over.

    Any help as students have full accsess to the local machines at the moment.

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    What are the workstations using as a DNS server? Your own DNS Servers or an external one?

    They should be using your internal one's only, and forwarders configured on your DNS to forward any requests they cannot resolve. (Or atleast that's what I understand anyway)

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