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Posted on 2014-12-16
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Hello Experts,

The issue that we are having is that some of our GPO’s are not being applied to networked computers.  The primary domain controller also isn’t showing the details of the GPO’s in the settings tab, however it looks to be fine on other domain controllers.  The domain is set at a server 2008 functional level.   Here are a couple of screen shots.

Primary domain controller – No details show up in the settings tab… please see screen shot 1

Secondary domain controller – details show up here. See screenshot 2


Ultimately, we just upgraded to a new WSUS server to push out updates and the GPO that applies the settings doesn’t get applied to the client computers

Can anyone please point me on the right direction? Please consider all aspects AD, WSUS,
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Question by:Jerry Seinfield
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You've got Screenshot 1 and 2 mixed up in your original post but all good, I know what you're trying to illustrate.

On the server that has the error, rename the C:\Windows\inf\Jabber-Config.adm file to Jabber-Config.adm.old then copy over the Jabber-Config.adm file from the working DC (if that makes sense). Refresh the policy in GPMC and see if you are still seeing the error message.
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Thomas Wheeler earned 500 total points
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How did you apply the adm file? It looks like it was not imporTed properly. Is the machine that applies the settings the one you used?
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