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gpresult returns ERROR: Not found. Any suggestions?

Posted on 2008-10-02
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I have several machines in my domain that do not display what policies are being applied to them when I run gpresult. Instead of showing me what policies are being applied, I get "ERROR: Not found." Has anyone seen this before?

Thank you!
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try to tun RSOP.msc on these clients and post the results
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by:Joseph Moody
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It gave me an error. I attached a screenshot of that error. Would anyone know what that means?
RSOP.bmp
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I just ended up ghosting the computers that were having this problem with an updated image.
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