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Posted on 2011-02-24
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I can not access Group Policy Manager.  The error says something about Error 0x534 occurs when a user account in one or more Group Policy object could not be resolved to a SID.  I've never seen this before can anyone shed some light.  I'm running RSOP.msc on the DC now to see if I have any errors I have a Yellow ! on Computer configuration.  
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by:WellingtonIS
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My group policys don't seem to be picking up the machine policies.  Anything I can do?
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by:connectex
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Typically this error means one or more Group Policies Objects (GPO) are referencing an account name that's no longer valid (i.e. deleted user). Run this from a command line: FIND /I "Cannot find"  %SYSTEMROOT%\Security\Logs\winlogon.log  It will filter out the problem user name and GPO that references it in the logs. From there you should be able to modify the GPO via the Group Policy Management console. Then you should do a "gpupdate /force" command on the system after the GPOs have been fixed to confirm the 1202 error is no longer occuring.
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I tried that but I did manage to fix the issue too.  No one answered in time so I uninstalled the gpo sp1 app and reinstalled it.  I then reconfigured in the msc and it's working
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fixed on my own.
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