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I have a 2008 R2 domain with all windows 7 pro 64 and 32 bit clients. i have two GPOs that push out adobe reader and Java 8. Some machines i get this error
for Java The removal of the assignment of application Java 8 Update 25 from policy Java 8 Install 32 failed.  The error was : %%2

and for adobe reader i get this Adobe Refresh Manager -- Error 1606.Could not access network location %APPDATA%

the gpo is setup for Computer Config. I enabled domain computers security for that share.  

I setup a GPO to set the startup processing wait time to 40 and same issue.
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by:Radhakrishnan R
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Hi,

Looking at this error indicates that it could be a permission issue on that share. Have you added the "domain computers" group into that share (folder)? or try to create a new share with correct permission and see it works.
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by:noclav
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i already set the permissions for computers group. I just tried a different folder and same thing.
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Here is what i found that resolved this issue
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886549

i ran the fixit on the machine and rebooted. That did the trick.
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by:noclav
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what i wrote in the above post
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