Group policy Inaccessible
I have taken over administration of a Windows 2008 R2 domain and something I have noticed is that in group policies there are 3 policies that say Inaccessible and have a no entry sign over the icons for them. It says This GPO is inaccessible because you do not have read-level permission on it.
However I am logged onto the domain controller as the domain Admin and still getting that error. I have tried logging onto the server as every other user that has access to log onto the server but still getting that same message. Also tried accessing it from a user computer logged on as a admin.
Is there any way I can see which user would have access to these GPO's? Or is there a way I can take ownership of them?