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Problems Editing Group Policy

Posted on 2011-03-24
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I recently had issues with our domain controllers.  I have fixed most of the issues with them and DCDiag is showing no errors related to AD or Group Policy.   However I am having problems using Group Policies.  

I can not find the policies I was setting up for a Terminal Server and I can not seem to find where to recreate them.    The most I have been able to find is local polcies on the servers.

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Where you are trying to find GPO on terminal server?

you have to  configure GPO on domain controller ?

please read this article
http://www.petri.co.il/working_with_group_policy.htm

if you wanted to know applied policies on that terminal server.

Please run this command - gpresult

please let s know any issues.

Good Luck
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I can not find the GPO on the Domain Controller any more.
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No error messages.  The only thngs I can find are local policies.
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I dont know what changed but they came back on their own.
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