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Windows 8.1 Not accepting group policy (Denied - Security)

Posted on 2014-07-24
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Hi Guys,

We currently have a 2k12 DC running a few group policy's on Win 7 machines with no problem. I recently upgraded my machine to 8.1 and since found that eventhough the PC is in the correct OU that I no longer inherit the group policy's.

I ran a GP Report and the DENIED GPO's state Access Denied - Security Filtering

Also get a SYSVOL error 65535

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks
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Well, you leave us in the dark...of course first, you have to check the security tab of that policy.
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And what exactly should i be looking for if no settings have been changed on the GPO ?
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I advised you to look at the security tab to see if those win8 machines are entitled to read and apply that policy.
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Please read about how to grade answers.
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