GPO applied but not showing in gpresult

I have created a new GPO with a couple of computer settings and set it to 2 OUs with clients inside.

The policy settings is applied and listed in the rsop report but when i run gpresult in cmd the GPO is not listed under
applied group policy objects.

Any ideas what could be the issue?
ManuelAsked:
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McKnifeCommented:
And you are sure that your command line screenshot shows the "upper section", the computer GPOs and not eventually the user GPOs?
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Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
Make sure that GPO is linked to the correct OU and an OU contains all objects + that GPO is not enforced, no Block inheritance is set or no security filtering or WMI filtering is applied.

To apply your GPO:
GPO Computer Configuration
- wait up to 120 mins
OR gpupdate/force + reboot
OR just reboot

GPO User configuration
- wait up to 120 mins
OR gpupdate/force + log off and log in
OR log off and log in at least twice
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McKnifeCommented:
Where do you run rsop.msc and gpresult, both at the client, I hope. gpresult needs to be run on an elevated command prompt, if you are investigating computer policies. So right click cmd.exe and select "run as administrator" and then run gpresult.
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zvitamConsultantCommented:
If you run gpresult /r at command prompt you will only see user settings.  If you have no user defined GPOs then Applied GPOs will show NA

Run command prompt as administrator and then run gpresult /r and you'll see the computer settings and user settings.  You'll then see the computer applied GPOs.

Add read permission to domain computers on the GPO
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ManuelAuthor Commented:
The weird thing is if i run rsop, i see the settings in there and also from the correct gpo.
And the settings are definitly applied to the computer. I tested the affected configuration changes.

I tried running cmd as admin but still cant see it.
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McKnifeCommented:
Where do you run rsop?
Did you run gpresult elevated?

I asked before, please include me in your feedback.
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ManuelAuthor Commented:
I ran rsop on the client where the policies are applied and yes i ran gpresult elevated
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McKnifeCommented:
rsop shows the policies, gpresult not? Can you prove that with a screenshot? Weird.
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ManuelAuthor Commented:
in an elevated gpresult /r there is no "ISMS" GPO shown
in an elevated gpresult /r there is no "ISMS" GPO shown
the rsop report shows the setting being applied from the GPO "ISMS"
the rsop report shows the setting being applied from the GPO "ISMS"
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ManuelAuthor Commented:
Well, i thought i read trough the gpresult very carefully, now im embarrassed.
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McKnifeCommented:
Don't be. All this complex computer stuff, it sometimes gets over one's head :-)
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