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I am trying to Create a GPO for Terminal Server Users
 
I have created a Terminal Server OU, and moved the Server to it
 
I have created a Policy and created the link in the OU and forced a push from the commandline
 
The problem is that the policy does not apply to the users that log in.
 
If I use the GPRW i Can see that the policy is Applied to the Machine, but does not appear in the User Config under GPO's (Applied or Denied)
 
I have enabled Loopback, checked the permissions over and over and can't see anything wrong.
 
Any Ideas?
 
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are you applying computer settings or user settings? remember, the policy only applies to whoever is within the OU
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Reboot cured the problem
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lol good to hear
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