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inetres.adm issue when edting a gpo

Posted on 2011-03-09
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I have made an OU within a department to allow one user to use IE AutoComplete in Windows XP with IE 7.  Our domain policy disables it.  This user does not want to use Firefox instead.  When I make a new GPO and go to edit I get and error \\domain\sysvol\domain\policies\{key}\adm\inetres.adm on line 15228  Error 62 The corresponding string was not found in the [strings] section   Found !!rss_feeds  The file can not be loaded.  When I continue I do not have the path to enable autocomplete for IE forms.  
User config - admin templates - windoes components has internet explorer missing.  I am a bit confused as this link http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=92759d4b-7112-4b6c-ad4a-bbf3802a5c9b  seems to reference the pc .adm and not the doman controller.  

We have a mixed environment with legacy pcs relying on this Win 2003 DC.  I am currently accessing the policy from another 2003 DC to edit it with the mmc snapin gpo browser.  Is there a good way to clean up errors ?  Just leave as is as long as we can edit from another DC?  


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If I rember right this has to do with the server writing to that file. go into the GPO change a different setting something stupid that wont effect everyone. do a gpupdate.. Change the GPO back. gpupdate then try to edit the opbject you are wanting to look at.
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