Trying to use "Deny logon locally" in a GPO

I just created a GPO to set  "Deny Log on Locally" and "Deny log on through Remote Desktop" to one AD group, and "Deny logon as a batch job" and "Deny log on as a service" to another group.   I intend to put special-purpose accounts in one or both of these groups.
But when I view the "Settings" tab for this new GPO in the GPEDIT.MSC, it shows "No settings defined".   And when I link the GPO to my domain, the GPRESULT shows that the GPO is not applied because it is empty !!!
I even tried adding another, completely unrelated computer policy setting so the GPO would not be empty.  The "Deny logon..." settings still have no effect.

This is a very simple domain.  Just one site with two DCs, both running Windows 2008 R2+SP1, Domain functional level and Forest functional level both Windows 2008 R2.

Any ideas??
Editing the GPO
GPO setting summary
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delete this GPO and recreate it ..make sure FRS has no error event ID's points of failing replication

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Your picture1 shows that you are not editing the GPO that picture2 shows but a local GPO. :)
jackportAuthor Commented:
No, McKnife, the picture does NOT show that at all.  The portion of the MMC showing the domain context has been cropped out.
jackportAuthor Commented:
Thank you....I don't  know what caused the problem, but I just created another GPO as sarang_tinguria suggested and the problem did not recur.   I really should have thought of that myself!
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