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Group Policy missing Administrative Templates

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Hi

we are runnning windows 2003 and in group policy management console I have not got all the windows components listed, I only have Netmeeting, Windows Media Player and Windows Update.

I currently have the following template added;
conf
inetres
inetset
system
wmplayer
wuau

If I view the group polcy from another PC in GP management policy all can be seen,

I have checked the filtering and I only have selected "Only policy settings that can be fully managed"

Any ideas?
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Additionally, if you must use Windows XP-based or Windows Server 2003-based computers to manage the Group Policy infrastructure, see the recommendations in this article: Recommendations for managing Group Policy administrative template (.adm) files
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I had to reinstall the ADM
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by:IT-Darlo
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Hi,
I have resinstalled (copied the templates from a working DC). However this hasnt resolved this issue. Any ideas?
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