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VB.NET Group Policy Refresh

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Does anyone know how to refresh an activedirectory group policy via VB.NET? I've heard that logging out and logging back in is the only way, but then I've also heard that you may be able to use TokenGroups to get it done.
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Yeah I know about gpupdate but it keeps giving me problems when I use it.  For some reason, even when I specify the target as a user, it  just hangs after I start it and never does anything. I've never let it sit long enought to see it complete.  I was hoping there might be another solution out there.
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