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New OU is not being shown in GPMC

Posted on 2014-11-12
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I create a new OU in ADUC but do not see the new OU in GPMC.

If anyone has any idea please advise.

Our DC is a WIN2K8 box.

Thanks.
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When i create new OU's in AD I close and re-open GPMC and the OU normally appears.
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If it does not happen to be a refresh problem, then please tell us: do you run more than one DC? If so, it could be a replication issue.
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Did you leave GPMC open when you created the OU? If so, did you try refreshing your view by clicking on the icon in the toolbar?
GPMC-Refresh.pngAs McKnife mentioned above, if you are using the Group Policy Management Console on a machine other than the one which you used to create the OU then you may need to wait for AD replication to occur.
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Thanks, everyone.
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