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The following GPOs were not applied because they were filtered out

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Attached is my gpresult report.  It was performed due to none of my GPO settings not taking.  This computer was an upgrade from home edition to Pro.  His machine appears in the correct computer OU but none of the drive mappings along with all other policies do not appear when he authenticates to the domain.  Please assist.
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http://www.techexams.net/forums/mcsa-mcse-windows-2003-general/66468-gpo-were-not-applied-because-they-were-filtered-out.html

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"Well it was the user settings that were getting filtered out because I only did computer settings! The policy did get applied to all the servers and user workstations"
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by:Thomas Grassi
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have you tried to run this gpupdate /force
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by:Ben Hart
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What specific policies are you talking about?
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by:Zenvenky
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Disable basic Firewall on Windows 7 Pro and run gpupdate /force check the result. If this doasn't help you, let us know what event IDs you are getting in App ans System with regards to Group Policy.
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by:Nirmal Sharma
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I am sure there is something to check at the domain controllers side. This message indicates that policy settings have been filtered out or required GPOs are not applying.

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Firewall is disabled.  Another computer that just joined our domain did the same thing.   They are all in an otherwise functional computers OU.  These new ones are being filtered out for whatever reason.
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In GPO Management, is teh GPO in question either created in, or linked to the Computer OU?
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I dont know why but it seems to be working now
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