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event is 1202---Security policies were propagated with warning. 0x5 : Access is denied.

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hi i m using windows 2003 r2 domain .

we have 1 dc and 1 adc and rest are 2003 member server in newlu build domain.

i m implement one domain default policy but after appliynig the policy i m geeting event id 1202 arror on my dc nd adc ----Security policies were propagated with warning. 0x5 : Access is denied.

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by:dan_blagut
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Hello
According of eventid.net:

This issue occurs because of the locked-down security that was originally set on the FRS through Group Policy. When you attempt to configure the FRS through Group Policy, the policy engine no longer has the permission to set security on the FRS and does not attempt to take ownership of the FRS.

For resolution please read: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;284461

Dan
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by:RavinderPanchal
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Hi Dan,

thanks for reply but problem resolved when we remove the home folder mapping script from logon scripts.

mapping was not done in proper manner


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RavinderPanchal earned 0 total points
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thanks for reply champs.

problem is occured due to mis configuration of home folder . beause our active directory is integrated with cyberrom firewall. and when user login the two scripts run at the same time .one from cyberroam agent and one from active directory and when cyberoam script clash with active directory home folder mapping scripts ........the error generate.  when we remove the home folder mapping surprisingle no error generate at any user or server end......we corrected the mapping and after that every thing running fine.


thnaks for all support. as i m closing this question
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