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Windows 2003 SBS cannot access security policy

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Hi,
I've a problem on my Windows Server SBS 2003.
I cannot access in

Administrative Tools -> Domain Controller Security Policy

or

Administrative Tools > Domain Security Policy

The error I got is:
Group Policy Error:

Failed to open the Group Policy Object. You may not have appropriate rights. 

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How can I solve this issue?
Thank you
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Question by:Armitage318
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by:Radhakrishnan R
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Hi,

I hope you have logged in as domain administrator? what happens if you give start>>run>>secpol.msc

Are you getting the same error?
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by:Armitage318
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Hi, this way I've no error, but this is for "local" policy protection

Thankyou
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Radhakrishnan R earned 1500 total points
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Ok, i hope you have installed the Group policy management console on the server, if so, start>>run>>gpmc.msc >>Once the GP management console opened, you can expand and navigate to the appropriate policies.
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