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I am trying to deploy App Locker via Group Policy on Windows 7 32-bit computers.  Our domain controllers are all Server 2003.  Using the WIndows 7 Group Management Console, I have setup an OU with the following article on how to setup App Locker.  http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2010/04/how-to-configure-applocker-group-policy-in-windows-7-to-block-third-party-browsers/.  In the OU, I have the computer and the user I want to apply the App Locker GP to.  Unfortunately, the GP won't apply.  I run gpresult, and I receive a message that the GP with the App Locker settings is "empty."  Any ideas how I can successfully apply the App Locker GP?
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by:Krzysztof Pytko
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Did you try to install Client Side Extension on your 2003 DC to be able to use GPPs on that DC?

For 2003 it can be downloaded from
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=6955

Regards,
Krzysztof
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by:arkhaminmate11n
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Thanks.  I have not installed the extensions for 2003 Server.  Other Windows 7 Group Policies apply just fine, so I am not sure if the lack of Client Side Extensions is the problem.  Also, as a part of the same AppLocker GP, I have enabled the Application Identity Service.  This service is disabled by default on workstations.  On the test machine, the Application Identity Service is indeed running.  So the AppLocker GP is being applied, at least in part.  The only thing that isn't being applied is the AppLocker policy/rules.  Any ideas?
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I figured out why AppLocker isn't working.  AppLocker does not work on Windows Professional- it will work on Windows Enterprise.  
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