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Adding office 2010 admx template to GPMC and getting errors now

Posted on 2014-11-12
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Im trying to install the 2010 office template. So I created a central store named "policydefinitions" under \\domain\sysvol\domain\policies.  I added the admx files to the root of the "policydefinition folder". And created a folder "EN-US" and added the adm files to that folder.

Now when I go to edit a gpo I get an error parsing. I attached screenshot. What did I do wrong?
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by:Thomas N
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Dang it wont let me attach the file:

Error says:

Encountered an error while parsing
An appropriate resource file could not be found for file
\\domain.net\sysvol\domain.net\policie...\access14.admx
(error=2): The system could not find specified file
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by:Thomas N
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These files are all inside the appropriate folder
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by:Thomas N
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I deleted the files out and error goes away. Maybe its corrupted files. Ill try to re-download
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by:Thomas N
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Okay that didnt work. Any suggestions?
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Hypercat (Deb) earned 500 total points
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Make sure you actually have your folders set up properly with the correct set of files.  The EN-US folder has to be inside the PolicyDefinitions folder and the files in the EN-US folder must be ADML files, not ADM. ADML are the language files, ADM are the older version of the policy definition files. Also, the main folder has to be named "PolicyDefinitions" (with an "s" on the end).
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by:Thomas N
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Thank you! Thank you!
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