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    server Group Policy editor Problem

    I was using Policy editor at the server today. When I moved down the tree to User Configuration/Administrative Templates I saw corruption in the text of the entries [See attached picture] Anyone seen this? What caused it? Help!
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    Re: server Group Policy editor Problem

    Looks like foreign language template files have been added.

    Right click on User Config -> Admin Templates and go to Add/Removed templates.

    Remove unnecessary templates.

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    Re: server Group Policy editor Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by mortstar
    Looks like foreign language template files have been added...
    Ok. Thanks for that. But what worries me now is that I did not do it [add the templates] I hardly ever logon to the server, except to check backup logs and things like that.

    How did it happen?

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    Re: server Group Policy editor Problem

    That does seem really strange. I suppose you should reset administrator passwords immediately just in case.

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