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Need to add the print management feature to your domain controller. It will add the Deployed Printers option within group policy which is where these printers will show up.
Use Group Policy Preferences' "Folder" items to do this. Folder preference items allow you to create, update, replace, and delete folders and their contents. Create a new Folder preference item Open the Group Policy Management Console. Right-click the Group Policy object (GPO) that should contain the new preference item, and then click Edit. In the ...
These errors tell me that your GPO and software distribution are working fine. It's the installer itself that's failing for some reason, and (probably) not reporting 'why' back to the launching process. To that end, they're telling you to check the log file of the installer to determine why, presuming the installer provides a log. When run by the GP at ...
I've got no idea how this got resolved, but it did. I tried several things, such as 1) Deleting local user profile 2) Deleting inherited permissions on folders and re-applying them without SYSTEM etc. 3) All the GPUpdate commands 4) Removing from GPO and re-adding. Hopefully these will help someone.
For Windows XP: As an administrator, run the following command in the command prompt: secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\inf\defltbase.inf /db defltbase.sdb /verbose This will reset most GP settings, including all security settings, to their pre-domain-joined state. For Vista and later: secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\inf\defltbase.inf /db defltbase.sdb ...
Nope, the polices did their job and changed the settings that applied to that policy. Those settings will stick until changed back (either by another policy, or manually). Perhaps the easiest away to ensure all possible settings that could be set by GP are back to defaults, is to reinstall the OS. Otherwise, to start in on your specific problem, you need ...
If your account is member of Administrators group then it is normal UAC behavior: The new token is stripped of all the privileges assigned to the user except those listed in Figure 9 (Bypass traverse checking, Shut down the system, Remove computer from docking station, Increase a process working set, Change the time zone) TechNet Magazine. Create symbolic ...
Quoting http://superuser.com/a/205124/311689: There is a bug with this Security Policy setting and the Administrator group. Maybe it is what you are experiencing as well. If the user(s) you added are member of the Administrator group, then this setting has no effect. Removing them from the Admin group fixes this issue.
Remove workstation from the domain. Go to C:\Windows\security\database and rename file edb.chk to edb.old. Run a gpupdate /force three times and restart workstation. When done reconnect to domain and test.
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