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I am running some tests on a physical server with OS 2008R2 running Hyper-V virtual machines. I am encountering the issue below in the application log of the physical host. ANy ideas?

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EVENT ID 4098 Group Policy Services – around the testing timeframe
The computer 'vmictimesync' preference item in the 'Disable HyperV Time Synch Service {0A0807E5-A350-48BA-9A26-98416E6CB830}' Group Policy object did not apply because it failed with error code '0x80070424 The specified service does not exist as an installed service.' This error was suppressed.

Thank you!
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The error states you have a GPO preference that is suppose to Disable the HyperV Time Sync service but this service is not present on the server so, the GPO is suppressed. The message just states it can't disable the service since it is not present so, don't worry about it
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Ok, thank you.
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