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roaming profile administrator access issue

Posted on 2009-07-06
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hi everyone,

having a problem with administrative access to roaming profiles, something thats occured over the last few weeks that i know of.

previously have had the "add administrator to roaming profiles" policy setting set, however it does not seem to be working...

i have now created a seperate individual policy with this setting, and applied it at terminal server level, and at user level, and removed the setting from the original policy, still nothing, though this could be i'm not allowing gp enough time to refresh on my servers....

any ideas?
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Have you tried running Resultant Set of Policy to check that the policy is being applied correctly?
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solved, ran gpupdate and left for 30 mins or so. works fine
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