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Group Policy Updation is not happening

Posted on 2008-06-26
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Windows 2003 is actings as ADC and our DC is placed at different location. ISA firewall is placed at our end in between the DC and ADC. OU is created for our branch and group policy is applied through OU. Group Policy Updation is not happening. How to troubleshoot this problem
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Have you run gpupdate /force ?
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... can you give an example remembering that:-
1. You can only have ONE password policy per domain
2. Some policies cannot be applied until logon
3. Some policies cannot be applied until startuo
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workstations on ADC and DC are getting group policy of there own servers or both sites are not recieving updates...
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On Running GPupdate/force on client machines the group policy gets updated. It is not getting updated automatically. We have disabled all the pen drive access in all the domain users machines. As the group policy updation is not happeng, it gets enabled automatically
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how long are you giving it ?
Group policy refesh takes place every 90mins by default
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Group Policy is not at all updating at any time interval. If it is forced, the group policy updates
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try enabling network location awareness service....
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