We have recently installed Windows 2000 with terminal services (application mode) into a domain in our test lab. The domain has a Group Policy Object called Terminal Servers which contains the newly created terminal server. Upon initial install the GPO's were applied properly. We then ran sysprep on the terminal server. After rebooting from sysprep and completing the setup, which rejoined the server to the domain, we moved the server to the GPO called Terminal Servers and to our surprise it will not apply the policies for that group .
Are we missing any steps that might need to be taken in order to sucessfully ghost a terminal server?
Is there any additional steps that need to be taken in order to apply those policies?
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