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Issue with Group Policy Modeling Wizard

Posted on 2010-09-22
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When using the group policy modeling wizard from either a Windows 7 workstation or Server 2008 DC, I receive the following message in both the summery and settings tab:  

An error occurred while generating report:
The given key was not present in the dictionary


This only happens when a user or user container is selected in the wizard.  If only the computer selection (OU or specific computer) is selected during modeling the report is generated correctly.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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Question by:JAVidmar
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by:grantsewell
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Is Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration enabled? Also, verify you are fully patched on Silverlight and .NET Framework.
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Also, are you using user settings to Import IE configuration? You can change it back to "Do not customize..." and it will work properly.
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