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while i try to access gpedit.msc show error as "faild to open group policy objcet on this computer you may not have appropriate rights" even when i try to open from local builtin admin account. please suggest a solution.

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Log on as a member of the domain admins and it should work.
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If you are using domain admin try http://support.microsoft.com/kb/294257 this should work through current server version.
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i am trying to login with doamin admin group only. But still i am getting the above said error message. Please suggest any ohter alternative solution.

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Did you try the link
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Hi,

As we are not having enterprise admin user id we are unable to do the above step. We are having only limited acceess. we are not having access on the GDC. But we are having full access on the client. Please give any alternative solution.

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venkat.
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Check one of these possible causes
1. There is an incorrect DNS settings or the SBS/DC is running on a multihomed computer.
2. File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks is not enabled on the domain controller.
3. The TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper service is disabled.
4. Check that you have access to the PDC master, in cmd prompt type netdom query pdc.
5. What is the DNS pointing to on PDC?

Is PDC down
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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