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Windows XP Pro not getting the GPO policies from Active Directory 2012

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I have a pc running xp pro (1 of many that I will migrate to Act Dir 2012).
I remember from some time ago that there are some commands that you can run on the command prompt to get the information from the DomController that it is registering to.

I have 2 simple policies, background on the computers and mapping a network drive.
None of them are working.

I would appreciate any guidance on figuring out why the GPO is not working.  The GPO is applied directly to the Organizational Unit
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At a command prompt on the XP box, type gpresult /r and see what GPOs are being (or not being) applied to the computer.
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thanks
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Upalakshitha - I didn't see your post when rating the question.  Thank you.
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