Wireless Networks Thread, DHCP Scope change in Technical; @ p3dr0 reading that says that admin templates are always applied, even over a slow link.
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15th April 2011, 11:53 AM #16
@p3dr0 reading that says that admin templates are always applied, even over a slow link.
The issue's buggin you, i've been working on it for 3 days now, seriously thinking about going back to how things were before.
15th April 2011, 12:23 PM #17
If I was to change everything back to the 192.x.x.x addresses that we had, re set dns to 192.x.x.x and run gpupdate /force, would the correct settings be forced out?
Or if I created a VM running dns and gave it an ip of 192.x.x.x would adding a host record for the DC and it's 10.x.x.x ip in there allow pc's to update the gpo?
15th April 2011, 12:32 PM #18
you are right there,
and i just have a bad feeling it will happened to one of our networks as we are thinking about updating our gpo's
i dont know what to suggest maybe detailed logs will give you some more info:
Because Userenv tracks the Group Policy engine and registry-based Group Policy, it is the most frequently used log file for Group Policy troubleshooting. Userenv is especially useful in a Windows 2000 environment because you don't have the benefit of using Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP). Most of the questions that RSoP answers, are in the userenv log.
To use userenv.log you need to first enable verbose logging.
To enable verbose logging
1.Log onto the client computer as the administrator and run Regedit.
2.Locate the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon.
3.Right click Winlogon, select New, and then click DWORD Value.
4.Enter the following name for the DWORD Value: UserEnvDebugLevel.
5.Enter 30002 as the hexadecimal value. This writes the userenv into userenv.log, located in the \%windir%\debug directory.
6.Run "gpupdate /force" to ensure a full listing of total Group Policy processing.
source: Fixing Group Policy problems by using log files: Group Policy
15th April 2011, 01:15 PM #19
Just to top things off, i've just noticed that when a pc is plugged into my switch for one of the it rooms, the switch stops functioning. what a great easter break i'm having. Maybe that's why the gpo wasn't updating in that room, i really hope so.
15th April 2011, 01:27 PM #20
If you are going to use logging, please set to 10002 (Hexadecimal).
15th April 2011, 03:19 PM #21
@dezt - If you have the issue again or has not been resolved, post back.
26th April 2011, 12:02 PM #22
Just got in today, the issue was still there. I've decided to set all my ip's back to my 192 range, and re-activate the 192 scope and deactivate the 10 scope. Hopefully after all the PC's have updated their gpo settings the issue will go away and I can then try again.
Just got to switch on all the pc's in the school now.
26th April 2011, 12:52 PM #23
Let us know how you get along.
1st June 2011, 09:40 AM #24
@sukh I've got back to this DHCP scope change now, after running the 192 scope since easter, everything seems to be going better now, the DNS settings are being pushed down by the DHCP scope, rather than GPO like they were. I've just got to change all the static ip's to the new range now and see how that goes.
1st June 2011, 10:35 AM #25
good, seems like it;s working....see how it goes throughout the day/week....if there's issues, post back.
2nd June 2011, 09:40 AM #26
I've tested it today and it seems to be working now, finally, thanks for all your help.
2nd June 2011, 09:57 AM #27
np, glad its resolved
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