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A java virtual machine by MSI file push by a GPO (machine configuration) is causing this problem on all the computer where it is pushed.   The computer jam before login on a java installation windows and just stay there.  Java version 13 push on windows XP with java version 11 installed.
Even if we believe it not been fully installed we tried a delete installation push in the same way, And now we have a jam computer this time on a java desinstallation windows.  
Now how to get rid of it and retrieve access to the computer?

Someone know if there is a way to see a step by step on the computer when the GPOs are being push on a computer and hopefully with possibility to accept or refuse one GPO.?
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Here's info on enabling logging in GPO:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc775423.aspx

In short...  presuming Java installer uses windows installer package for the .msi...

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Installer

Add string "Logging" with value "voicewarmup" and DWORD "Debug" with value "3"

Log should end up at:
%windir%\temp\MSI*.log

voicewarmup is actually variables interestingly arranged.  A little more info here:
http://windowswideopen.com/blog/how-do-i-enable-windows-installer-logging/

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