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I don't know if it is wrong. But the users don't load the politic's of the domain.. Look at the picture
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Option 1: corruption of the GPO
Option 2: wrong credentials: check the security on the GPO
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How can i chek the security on GPO? what is GPO?
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GPO = Group Policy Object ( Objeto directiva de grupo).

What I see on your screenshot is a possible corruption of the ADM file in the SYSVOL component of the GPO. It doesn't affect the GPO settings.

1) Install GPMC on your machine (Group Policy Management Console): http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=0A6D4C24-8CBD-4B35-9272-DD3CBFC81887&displaylang=en

2) In GPMC, check your GPO: in the right pane, choose 'details'. Check that the version matches between AD and the Sysvol, and note the Unique ID

3) Browse your Sysvol (\\yourDomain\Sysvol\yourDomain\Policies\yourGPOUniqueID\Adm) and check the ADM file(s)

Using GPMC, you can add/remove ADM files, it doesn't affect the policy settings (once configured, the settings remain).
ADM files are the GPO 'templates' providing a user friendly view of the settings (as well as possible default values)
http://www.petri.co.il/understanding_administrative_templates_in_gpo.htm
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An ADM file is a text file containing: the GPO settings and possible values, the registry key they will influence, and the text strings with explanations.
They can be loaded / unloaded from each gpo.

I think the ADM file in your GPO has corrupted text strings, and maybe corrupted content.
Unless you have loaded personalized ADM files (as they can be personalized), you can simply reload the default ones.
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here are 2 screenshots: 1 for GPMC, and one for loading / unloading ADM files
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Do you have an ADM template for me?
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you will find the default ones on your machine (%windir%\Inf)

or Microsoft: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=92759d4b-7112-4b6c-ad4a-bbf3802a5c9b&displaylang=en

You will also find 'personalized' ADM files on the web...
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Hi my friend. i don't know what is wrong, but i still having problem.  When i apply the policy to the domain, it doesn't work. When the users log in in a computer that belong to the domain, doesn't load the wallpaper, the screen saver, anything that i enabled in the policy. also, i did what you tell me, -->> 3)

Browse my Sysvol (\\yourDomain\Sysvol\yourDomain\Policies\yourGPOUniqueID\Adm) and check the ADM file(s)  

and watch what i  sow...

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Hello,
From your screenshot, I see you have 3 policies, 2 being the default ones.
Browse down to : \\bixicableweb\sysvol\boxicableweb\policies\{A772abfc-......-B851}\adm
You should find the current adm files of your policy.

Have you tried to load/unload default adm files?
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Let me close this question, and open a new. Maybe i didn`t make the right wuestion.
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