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GP Result

Trying to find out why a  machine is not receiving the correct group policy.  He should be getting a certain policy.  I need you to run GP Result and see what is applying and what is not.  How do I run this tool from WIndows 7?
Windows Server 2003Active DirectoryWindows 7

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jduran04

8/22/2022 - Mon
Justin Yeung

you can either run gpresult /r with elevated mode

or use the RSOP mmc console
Mike Kline

also gpresult or rsop will show you what "should" be applying.  Also check the event logs for issues.   If all that doesn't help you can enable verbose logging.  We can go into that if you need to.

Thanks

Mike
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Justin Yeung

if you run gpresult /r, it should list which gpo get applied.

if you don't see any, or none of it applied, you event viewer should give your the error of source Group Policy.
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jduran04

Thanks Justin, what type of errors would I be looking for within the Event Log?  Do you have any examples you can provide, as related to the text I should be looking for?
Justin Yeung

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749336(v=ws.10).aspx

go to event viewer
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Group Policy

just filter with error.
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Using verbose logging was the option chosen to identify the issue.
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