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The RSop snap-in was unable to generate the computer or users data due to insufficient permissions

I would like to be able to have access to the rsop.msc verifier,
Why do I not have permission if I am the administrator?
And If I am the administrator where do I have to add the permission to have access to this snap in?
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LorneBackler
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joedoe58Commented:
Plese be more specific in your question. Are you a domain admin or local admin? what happens when you try to run the program? event log messages?
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LorneBacklerAuthor Commented:
I am logged in as absolute admin in the domain and this administrator group is part of the domain admins users.
When I try to run the rsop.msc I get the following error
The RSoP snap-in was unable to generate the computer or user's data due to insufficient permissions

under the event logs which would you like me to provide?
Application? security?? which one would I find this event id in?
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joedoe58Commented:
Do you try to run the rsop on a remote computer or local computer? If it is a remote computer check that the domain admin is still part of local administrator group
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LorneBacklerAuthor Commented:
it is on the physical domain controller, logged in as admin
its fishy
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joedoe58Commented:
Just to make sure check your account that you truly are a member of Domain Admin. If you are add the account to enterprise admin just for the test
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LorneBacklerAuthor Commented:
Ok I'll try this and see if it works
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LorneBacklerAuthor Commented:
already there.
it still does not work
any other ideas?
maybe a service is not running???
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joedoe58Commented:
Found a link to a user with similar problem as you have. Check it out and see if it works for you.
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/ng/microsoft.public.windows.server.migration/post2400460.asp
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LorneBacklerAuthor Commented:
The other error message was no mapping between account names and security ID'S was done
and that is why permission is denied
do you know how to get arround this?
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LorneBacklerAuthor Commented:
If I follow scripts in article will that re map the account names to the security id's?
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joedoe58Commented:
The script will restore the security for administrator to directories that they should have access. In my opinion it should be quite harmless to run the script since this is the default that is restored
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LorneBacklerAuthor Commented:
if secpol.msc is what opens up local policy what is the command for the domain controller security policy?
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