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Windows 10 GPO Printers Not Applying

Posted on 2016-11-21
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Hi all,

I have started to create an image to be rolled out to a client's site with Windows 10. For some peculiar reason, printer mapping isn't being applied. I know this isn't a driver issue because if I browse to the print server and install the printer directly from there I have no issues. No other GPO is being affected that I can see so far. Can anyone help please?

Just an update, I checked the event viewer and it shows that all gpo objects were applied successfully with no issues but printers still don't display on the Windows 10 workstation.
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by:Joshua Hopkins
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Check the forest and domain levels.  Windows 10 is picky about some GPOs from lower levels in the forest and domain.
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All fixed now anyway, there was a gp option to switch off the information prompt.
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