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resature default domain policy

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under a windows 2003 first controler the default domain policy was accidently deleted.
No system backup was made.
How to restaure this default domain policy ?
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You can do that with dcgpofix.exe.
Linking GPOs
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc736813(WS.10).aspx

in your case, since only the DDP has been deleted, you'll need
dcgpofix /Target: Domain
And maybe worth knowing:
The Dcgpofix tool does not restore security settings in the Default Domain Controller Policy to their original state
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833783
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