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Clients Picking up RSOP from Domain Controller

Posted on 2006-11-28
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I am running a Windows 2k3 server as a domain controller and running AD.  On the DC I can create GPO's and associate these with user accounts and all is good.  What is not good is that when a client computer joins the domain and a user logs on, the Group Policies and Resulting Set of Policies is not pulled down from the DC.  

I have tried breaking the client off the domain and re-adding, and that dind't help.  Any advice?  

This is not the first domain I have tried to set up.  I have created 2 other at other institutions with no problems, but those were years ago.  Have I forgotten to do something?  What am I doing wrong?  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks
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GPO's are associated with OU's, not users. Make sure your are pointing to only the DC for DNS as well
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