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i just made a new group policy for using the wsus server from microsoft.

but the thing is i cannot see those computer in wsus interface.

how do i know if the policy has been applied to the computer
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by:Donald Stewart
ID: 34911429
Start with from command prompt on a client pc


 Reg query HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate
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by:yelbaglf
ID: 34911464
On a computer set to receive the gpo, run this from cmd prompt:
gpresult /scope computer /r

In the results, verify you see the WSUS GPO under 'Computer Settings' > Applied Group Policy Objects.
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34911465
cannot find the key
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by:Donald Stewart
ID: 34911487
Does clientdiag pass on the clients?

http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/7/6/976d1084-d2fd-45a1-8c27-a467c768d8ef/WSUS%20Client%20Diagnostic%20Tool.EXE


Have you ran gpupdate ?

wuauclt /detectnow on clients to initiate
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by:Donald Stewart
ID: 34911497
"cannot find the key "

means that the computer did not yet get the GPO
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34911775
i cannot see the policy how can i solve it
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by:Venugopal N
ID: 34913916
At the client run the GPResult at the command promt and check if the GPO which you assisnged as been reflected there.

Also put the result here for our analys.
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34915212
just for information when i put a new policy what i have to do to make it effective

i make client reboot

it is enought
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34915572
onfiguration du systŠme d'exploitation : Station de travail membre
Version du systŠme d'exploitation...... : 6.0.6001
Nom du site............................ : Laval
Profil itin‚rant :             N/A
Profil local........................... : C:\Users\dionr.GCINETWORK
Connexion via une liaison lente ? : Non


ParamŠtre de l'ordinateur
--------------------------
    CN=CA-WS12-VST,CN=Computers,DC=GCINETWORK,DC=LOCAL
    Heure de la derniŠre application de la strat‚gie de groupe : 2011-02-17 … 06:41:54
    Strat‚gie de groupe appliqu‚e depuis :      CA-DC1-2K8.GCINETWORK.LOCAL
    Seuil de liaison lente dans la strat‚gie de groupe :   500 kbps
    Nom du domaine.........................ÿ: GCINETWORK
    Type de domaine........................ : Windows 2000

    Objets Strat‚gie de groupe appliqu‚s
    -------------------------------------
        Default Domain Policy
        ACTIVATION SERVICE POUR SOPHOS

    Les objets strat‚gie de groupe n'ont pas ‚t‚ appliqu‚s
    car ils ont ‚t‚ refus‚s
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Map Drive
          Filtrage :  Non appliqu‚ (vide)

        Strat‚gie de groupe locale
          Filtrage :  Non appliqu‚ (vide)

    L'ordinateur fait partie des groupes de s‚curit‚ suivants
    ---------------------------------------------------------
        Administrateurs
        Tout le monde
        SophosAdministrator
        SQLServerMSSQLServerADHelperUser$CA-WS12-VST
        SophosUser
        Utilisateurs
        RESEAU
        Utilisateurs authentifi‚s
        Cette organisation
        CA-WS12-VST$
        Ordinateurs du domaine
        Niveau obligatoire systŠme
       

PARAMÔTRES UTILISATEURS
------------------------
    CN=Robert Dion,OU=GLOBAL NETWORK IT,DC=GCINETWORK,DC=LOCAL
    Heure de la derniŠre application de la strat‚gie de groupe : 2011-02-17 … 06:46:11
    Strat‚gie de groupe appliqu‚e depuis :      CA-DC1-2K8.GCINETWORK.LOCAL
    Seuil de liaison lente dans la strat‚gie de groupe :   500 kbps
    Nom du domaineÿ:                        GCINETWORK
    Type de domaine :                        Windows 2000
   
    Objets Strat‚gie de groupe appliqu‚s
    -------------------------------------
        Map Drive

    Les objets strat‚gie de groupe n'ont pas ‚t‚ appliqu‚s
    car ils ont ‚t‚ refus‚s
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Default Domain Policy
          Filtrage :  Non appliqu‚ (vide)

        Strat‚gie de groupe locale
          Filtrage :  Non appliqu‚ (vide)

        ACTIVATION SERVICE POUR SOPHOS
          Filtrage :  Non appliqu‚ (vide)

    L'utilisateur fait partie des groupes de s‚curit‚ suivants
    ----------------------------------------------------------
        Utilisateurs du domaine
        Tout le monde
        SophosUser
        Sophos Console Administrators
        Sophos DB Admins
        Sophos Full Administrators
        SophosAdministrator
        Utilisateurs
        Administrateurs
        INTERACTIF
        Utilisateurs authentifi‚s
        Cette organisation
        LOCAL
        VPN SUPPORT GROUP
        Admins du domaine
        GOUDREAU CARGO INTL USER
        SophosAdministrator
        Groupe de r‚plication dont le mot de passe RODC est refus‚
        SophosUser
        Niveau obligatoire ‚lev‚
       
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34915655
ok i found what is going wrong

if i put my policy at the bottom of my domain name it works
but if i put it inside a organisonial unit it doesnt work

it is possible to put it in a ou if yes what i have to do
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by:Donald Stewart
ID: 34916657
Dont you want your WSUS policy to apply to all your workstations?
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34917772
yes
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Donald Stewart earned 2000 total points
ID: 34917830
Then why not leave the policy where it was working ? :)
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34918464
its what i will do, its working for some computer and some not why
how can i know why some gpo are rejected
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by:Donald Stewart
ID: 34918575
Are all your Pc's/Workstations located in the same OU???
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
ID: 34943010
yes
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by:Donald Stewart
ID: 34943714
What security filtering is being used on this GPO ?

Normally "Authenticated Users" is all you need
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