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From the DC, where do I navigate to the GPO section?
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In the start/run box enter
  gpedit.msc
if you have group policy management console installed enter
  gpmc.msc
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by:lazik
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Thanks, when I try this it gives me the access denied error- I am logged on as Admin
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You need to be a domain admin. Are you?
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The admin account in ADUC is a member of the domain/Enterprise admins group.  Is this where it should be?  Thanks- The points will increase for you.
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by:Rob Williams
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Very odd.
I have seen similar issues where if the Domain account is also a member of the local and/or the domain guest group the user will have restricted access to some admin tools. Check that and if that is the case remove the account from those groups.

You might also want to look at this MS article:
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=294257
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Works with my account that has domain admin rights-  Thanks for your help.
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