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We have a root level group policy that sets all our Microsoft Office settings and it works fine for our NY office.  Now we are opening an office in SF and none of the computers we have added to the domain are getting this group policy and our Office settings.   When I check RSOP for one of those machines, it indicates “Denied (Security)”.  Why would that be?
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by:M Roe
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How are you connecting with VPN etc to other offices
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Will Szymkowski earned 20 total points
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Check you security filters on the GPO's being applied and make sure that those machines are not affected.

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Yup. It was a poorly defined security filter.
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