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2003 domain GPO not applying to 2008R2

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I have built a 2008 R2 member server and added to our domain. The 2003 domain GPO is not being applied. Any ideas? Thanks
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Krzysztof Pytko earned 1000 total points
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What this GPO does? Run RSoP.msc on W2K8 server and check if ot's really applied.
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Run a GP modelling wizard on the 2003 server for the 2008 server.

What does a gpupdate /force do?

I had a similar problem last year and I had to make all changes to group policy on the 2008 box, give it a go.
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