troubleshooting Question

Group policy parsing error with windows 2008 SP2 and windows 2012 DC

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Suryanarayan Balakrishnan IyerFlag for India asked on
Windows Server 2012Active Directory
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We are currently running a Windows 2008 SP2 Domain Controller & Windows 2012 Domain Controller. When we observe the administrative template from windows 2008 SP DC below is the output from gpmc.msc

We are currently running a Windows 2008 SP2 Domain Controller & my co-worker added the Windows 7 Templates to Group Policy but now we are getting errors & seems as things are not applying correcting.  See Error Below:

 Expected one of the following possible element(s), <text>, <decimalTextBox>, <textBox>, <checkBox>, <comboBox>, <dropdownList>, <listBox>, but found <multiTextBox> instead. File \\\sysvol\\Policies\PolicyDefinitions\en-US\terminalserver-Server.adml, line 198, column 60
 Encountered an unknown error while parsing (error = 0x87400001): -2025848831 (0x87400001) File \\\sysvol\\Policies\PolicyDefinitions\terminalserver-Server.admx, line 9, column 41

And when view from 2012 DC following the output:
Policy definition (ADMX files) retrived from the central store.  I can see the policy setting configured for the GPO.

But the  policy setting are not getting applied to the server. Any advice on how to sort and correct the issue would be thankful.
Aard Vark
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