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Can't connect to Group Policy?

I have about 40 users and a Windows 2003 Std Server.  Users work at different stations depending on the group they are in for the week.  I have "setup" group policy, but it's not really working.  

There are a few computers that are in the network and connected to the domain (or as far as I know are, I've checked, disconnected from domain and re-entered them into domain), yet those few computers don't seem to grab the group policy of locking down certain options, etc.

They get a normal screen as if logging into the computer off the domain.  

What I've done so far:
1. checked to make sure in the properties it says my domain
2. in Network connections in TCP/IP I checked to see if the DNS server was identified with IP

Please help
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pjbakhtiar
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valiconCommented:
You will need to troubleshoot this thoroughly to see what the issue is. Rather than type out all the instructions here are several links that should help you find and solve the issue:

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Troubleshooting-Group-Policy-Processing.html

http://207.46.16.252/en-us/magazine/2007.02.troubleshooting.aspx

Have you run gpupdate and gpresult on the affected machines?  What were the results? Follow the checklist below and post back your results:

http://www.chicagotech.net/Security/gp10checklist.htm
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