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Group policy were not applied because they were filtered out

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hi i m using windows server 2003 r2 environment .i have 1 dc and 1 adc.i applied one default domain policy on whole domain. when i run gpupdate eventviewer shows security policy applied successfully. but when i ran gpresult then result shows group plicy were not applied because they were filtered out or they are empty.
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Joseph Daly earned 500 total points
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Have you tried GPupdate /force? Sometimes it can take 2 or 3 times before they will get applied. Have you done any reboots since applying the GPO if not try that.

When you created the GPO did you link it to the OU? If not then link it to the OU

Under the delegation tab of the GPO does authenticated users have read access? If not then add it.

Do you have any filters applied to your GPO (doubtful but you never know)? If so remove them in GPMC.msc

Have you tried right clicking the GPO link and selecting the enforced command?
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Run rsop.msc on a workstation and see if the policies are ever applied
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by:ChiefIT
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Can you provide the exact event error? I think it will be either 1058 or 1030, or possibly both.
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by:RavinderPanchal
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i privide read access to my authenticated users and set some local policy to default setting .after that problem seems resolved . now no error stystem all policy appiled successfully. might be my local and domain policy collide that why error came.


thanss for support
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