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Software restriction policy whitelist - how do i include domain logon scripts? Getting gpupdate error

Posted on 2013-10-23
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I may have gotten myself in a bit of a pickle. I did the GPO and let it update the machines, now when i try to gpudpate i get an error on some of the PC's. A resultant set of policy shows that they do not trust the logon script location (\\domain.com\sysvol\). I added that after, but now I am trying to gpupdate again and it still isnt getting the new gpo. How do I fix this? I have put it in allowed to:

%LogonServer%\SysVol\*
\\domain.com\SysVol\*

Is this correct? Is there a way to update the machines that do not have this information, if they currently are disallowed to run things from there?
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My logon scipt is done through GPO - it just adds network drives.
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And the netlogon share is already unrestricted.
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Can you post the screenshot of your policy applied
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I figured it out; the computers needed to be rebooted. After a fresh reboot after the new SRP policy, everything started working fine.
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After SRP implementation, computers need to be rebooted.
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