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  • Marked as a response by user Mervyn Zhang Friday 28 August 2009 01:47

On some types of domain controllers, ensure that authenticated users have names and read permission in the SYSVOL directory. Also make sure Deny does not exist in the SYSVOL ACL.

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GPUpdate / force: reapply every new and old policy. In fact, running GPUPdate / force on a lot of laptops can wreak havoc on your career. This is because these machines end up in a good, reliable domain controller and revisit every current GPO for them.

Press Windows Key + X and right-click the Start menu.Select Windows PowerShell Command Prompt.Enter gpupdate / force and hit enter. Wait for the computer and custom procedures to update.Reboot your computer. A reboot may be required to ensure all conditions are met.

Open.Link the GPO to the actual organizationBy a subdivision.Right-click the OU and select the Update Group Policy option.In the specific Force Update Group Policy dialog box, confirm the action by right-clicking Yes.