Group Policy problems in WIndows 2003 and Windows 2008 R2

Hello,

Single domain, 2 DCs (one 2003 SP2 and one 2K8R2)

Someone changed some GROUP POLICIES settings and now I have these 2 problems


1) Windows update is greyed and Windows update is done automatically. No way to disable Windows update

2) MORE PROBLEMATIC. After creating  a new user in AD I cannot open a session from a network (newly formated) PC. When trying to open the session I receive the message that "group strategy dont allow to open a session interactively " (someting like that it is in french, sorry!)

The only solution is to give user "domain admins" administrator rights in AD and session opens

I guess GROUP POLICY has been changed and I want to change it back to default settings

Any help please how do I do that ?

Thank you

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Emmanuel AdebayoGlobal Windows Infrastructure Engineer - ConsultantCommented:
Hi,

I'll advise to back up the existing GPO.

After this you can run DCGPOFIX

Visit the following links for more information

http://www.grouppolicy.biz/tag/default-domain/

Regards
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gadsadAuthor Commented:
It may be the solution but I do not have enough experience in GPO management to do it
Thank you anyway
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