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Terminal Server 2003 R2 is not accepting Group Policy - EVENT ID 1053 & 1030

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Hello All,
  I'm having a hard time finding a solution- been looking for a few hours. My issue is as follows:
Issue:
Terminal Server 2003 R2 is not accepting Group Policy changes. I'm trying to disable to Password Screensaver.

The domain is name tomsdomain.org and it's not a public domain.
2003 Domain.

Event Log:
Event ID 1053
Event ID 1030

Steps already taken some are out of desperation:
     1. Configured Group Policy to disable password
     2. Ran the Group Policy Wizard- I only see a few user to run the on the server!
     3. Enable the DFS service on the server
     4. Ran DCDiag tool on both Servers (PDC and TS)
     5. Configured Teaming on Intel Pro 1000 MT Dual
     6. Installed a WINS Server
     7.  Installed and Ran User Hive Cleaner
     8. Deleted User Profile
     9. ran the gpupdate /enforce command
 
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Michael PfisterCommented:
Can you post the details of the event entries? Source and description?
Also check for other errors/warnings when running gpupdate /force in both system and application log and post them here.
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Michael PfisterCommented:
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svonwinkleAuthor Commented:
Thanks for posting mpfister-
   ok get this- The Computer Configuratoins are successful but, the User Configuration do not push.

There are no error while running gpupdate /force.
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svonwinkleAuthor Commented:
I ran RSOP.msc-
   I can see that my terminal server policy is being pushed for the computer but, on the user configuration I don't see the policy????
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svonwinkleAuthor Commented:
COMPUTER SETTINGS
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    CN=TMG7TS01,OU=TMG7TS01,DC=tmg,DC=org
    Last time Group Policy was applied: 10/5/2007 at 2:36:56 AM
    Group Policy was applied from:      TMG_ADMIN.tmg.org
    Group Policy slow link threshold:   500 kbps
    Domain Name:                        tmg
    Domain Type:                        Windows 2000

    Applied Group Policy Objects
    -----------------------------
        TMG7TS01 Policy
        Default Domain Policy
        Local Group Policy

    The computer is a part of the following security groups
    -------------------------------------------------------
        BUILTIN\Administrators
        Everyone
        BUILTIN\Users
        NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK
        NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users
        This Organization
        TMG7TS01$
        Domain Computers


USER SETTINGS
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    CN=Simon D. Von Winkle,CN=Users,DC=tmg,DC=org
    Last time Group Policy was applied: 10/5/2007 at 2:37:16 AM
    Group Policy was applied from:      TMG_ADMIN.tmg.org
    Group Policy slow link threshold:   500 kbps
    Domain Name:                        TMG
    Domain Type:                        Windows 2000

    Applied Group Policy Objects
    -----------------------------
        Default Domain Policy
        Default Domain Policy
        Local Group Policy

    The user is a part of the following security groups
    ---------------------------------------------------
        Domain Users
        Everyone
        BUILTIN\Users
        BUILTIN\Administrators
        REMOTE INTERACTIVE LOGON
        NT AUTHORITY\INTERACTIVE
        NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users
        This Organization
        LOCAL
        Domain Admins
        Group Policy Creator Owners
        Schema Admins
        Enterprise Admins
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Michael PfisterCommented:
- Check that you are member of a group that gets the policy applied (see policy Security Filtering)
- Check that "User Configuration" is enabled (ticked) when you edit the policy (right click the top node -> properties)
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