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On our network we have different systems in use to get connected.  On some of the slower systems [computers that have just got reimaged]  are having problems accessing the interent when some users logon to them.

seems as if its not pulling the right update for that user.  How do I retrieve that Policy manually?  Its the proxy update?

I have tried.
removing it and joining it to the domain.
gpupdate /force
reimaging it
updating internet explorer
deleting the profile off of the computer [registry key + user profile] relogging in


some of you might say put in the proxy.
How do i find the proxy on the user account that it works for?
is there a way to see what policy the working user pulled that the non user didnt?

There was a group that higher created that i guess pushed out that update.  but even if added to it the users can't access the internet.

NOTE everything else works i.e. email access to share drives.
windows xp sp3 + server 2003

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Thanks.
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Are you running a managed anti-virus program - like SEP11?

If so, there may be a duplicate entry in the console for the newly reimaged machines if they used the same name.  Delete any duplicates and they should pickup the right settings.

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Computer were newly imaged.  The connectivity to the servers was slow.

So I removed Mcafee EnterpriseAgent [old] and left the Mcafee agent the internet started to work.

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