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There are multiple client computers that the server cannot communicate through GPO. If you attempt to run a Group Policy Results Wizard it gives the error "RPC server is unavailable".

I have went through and corrected some DNS problems. I have checked all the roles. I have also disabled the profiles in windows firewall on the server. I disabled the AV software as well.

I did a remote session into a Win 7 sp1 workstation and disabled firewall/av along with checked the basic rpc and other services. They are all started. Seeing that multiple workstations have this problem i am believing it to be a server issue..

I will be updating the NIC driver tomorrow on the server.

 I ran a dcdaig and got the following...

errorerror
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by:Darius Ghassem
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So, why do you think GPO is failing?
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I setup a startup script to turn on WMI on all workstations. I found that this didnt happen. When I attempted to run a group policy results wizard on the computers it gives me an error... "The RPC server is unavailable".
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Post ipconfig /all from client and DC
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