gpedit.msc says string is too long unable to enumerate.

On one of the machines on my network I can not make changes in the group policy because of an error I get. When I run gpedit.msc and then try to expand anything it tells me that the String is too long and that it cant be enumerated. The message then comes up over and over again and the only way to get the message to go away is to log out and log back on. Please help I have a policy set that keeps this VP from doing his job "efficientley".
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mtptechAuthor Commented:
I did not see anything there that resembled my problem. I cant do anything to the group policy it wont let me expand any of the options. It says that the following entry in the [strings] section is too long and has been truncated.

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