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Problem applying group policy objects to client

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I am setting up a WSUS server and using GP to setup automatic updates on the clients.  I edited all the GP objects to my specific settings and deployed it all client computers.  When I go to the client computer and check the local computer policy under group policy, none of the settings for the windows update are enabled, shouldn't I see the same settings enabled?  I setup the policy yesterday and I ran "gpupdate /force".  When I run "gpresult", I see the group policy is getting applied.
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No you don't see this on the clients local policy. You can verify with gpresult as you did already. Furthermore for WSUS settings you can take a look at the clients registry under HKLM\Software\Policies.
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