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group policy not being applied to new user

Posted on 2014-11-16
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I have setup a gpo for the object user with no filters for folder redirection. I have added a number of new users to the domain and when they logon I have noticed that the policy does not seem to be applied to them.

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check your group policy on the server and ensure that the ou it is in is the same as the users ou .. also on a cliet machine do an rsop and see what policies are applied
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