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Posted on 2009-05-05
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i've create a new policy by using GPMC. the policy i've done a modelling and as in the attachment there's not error. but when i login to client side only some of the function will affect there is the desktop tab was hide on the display properties, and the active desktop is apply. but i've set the power scheme & the wall paper i've set was not apply. may i know how to solve this?
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Have you run gpresult /v to take a look at what is applying?  Run a GPRESULT /H GPReport.html from a command line and open the html file to investigate further.
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the GPO issue have sattle by microsoft forum at Software deployment in GPO not apply to client side.
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assit by microsoft forum
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