Group Policy Start Menu Settings Failed Group Policy Start Menu Settings failed due to the error listed below and failed to log resultant set of policy information.Additional information may have been My initial testing shows that those are fixed but I need to do some more exhaustive testing. When deploying scheduled tasks with GP Prefs. rz30 View Public Profile Find More Posts by rz30 21st Jan 2010, 13:58 #4 Witor Mobster Joined: Jan 2007 Location: Gibraltar Posts: 2,677 No, thats the annoying thing, check over here
Maybe it will help you too. Review the application event log on the domain controller on which the simulation was run for events between 21/01/2010 14:11:42 and 21/01/2010 14:11:42. Last updates were performed on January 7th, usual Windows patches. accountname) it works perfectly.
Very frustrating because I eventually want just the RODC to be in the branch offices. Review the application event log on the domain controller on which the simulation was run for events between 21/01/2010 14:11:43 and 21/01/2010 14:11:43.Group Policy Start Menu SettingsFailedGroup Policy Start Menu Settings In summary: Picking the group from a list: access violation. None!
Also trying pinging the DNS name as well. However, once this GPO preference setting was removed, the problem completely disappeared. You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Logged information on the event viewer is as follows: (same error on all the above) The client-side extension caught the unhandled exception '0x00000000C0000005' inside: 'threadEntry : client main' See trace file
Anyone else have some annoyances/revelations on using Group Policy Preferences? More... Once I searched active directory so the group underlined and a SID was populated underneath it, success. On the dc or the client?
Why didn't the Roman maniple make a comeback in the Renaissance? Running RSoP on the Windows 2008 server yields no problems Running it on the Windows 2008 R2 server gives me the following: Component Status Component NameStatusGroup Policy InfrastructureSuccessFolder RedirectionSuccessGroup Policy Drive Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? I've tried (as a test) setting their mapped drives via both a login script (under user configuration in group policy) and via Windows 2008 r2 preferences (i.e user configuration\preferences\drive maps).
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976399 I have the same problem, even when running GP modelling. read more... Group Policy Drive Maps Failed Due To The Error Listed Below Access Denied See ME976399 for information for Win 2K8 or 7. Kb2514376 rvdmast says : 1st March, 2011 at 16.03 Just wanted to mention that we had exactly this problem with deploying printers using GPP & security filtering, and that hotfix kb976399 seems
Why it only failed occassionally and not _every_ time is still a mystery. http://chatflow.net/group-policy/group-policy-client-service-failed-the-logon-windows-10.html View all posts by The Angry Technician » « Previous post Next post » 23 responses to “Group Policy Preferences: still useful, stillpants” p858snake says : 2nd March, 2010 at 6.21 Thanks, man. On the client: Checked services - ok Checked firewall - off Checked group policy; computer is member of correct container Logging off, provides only "other" user available Did not prompt for Event Id 8194 Group Policy
Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. A rude security guard Personal loan to renovate my mother's home How do I install Python 3.6 using apt-get? How much leverage do commerial pilots have on cruise speed? this content Group Policy Folder Options Failed Group Policy Folder Options failed due to the error listed below and failed to log resultant set of policy information.Additional information may have been logged.
I'm sure anybody who has tried Immediate Tasks in Win7 has already found kb977353 to fix the first bug. You probably knew that already. Here is the search: http://support.microsoft.com/search/default.aspx?query=Gpprefcl.dll&catalog=LCID%3D1033 View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » 4 Replies Cayenne OP JMarks May 4, 2011 at 8:11 UTC What are you
I've found that shortcuts applied to newly reimaged/domain-joined machine don't work. None of configured GP Preferences worked. Friday, January 29, 2010 10:09 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Hi guys, I'm having a similar problem -- Event ID 8196 Source: Group Policy Power Options. There have been some Office 2007 GP settings modified during this deployment.Since the group policies process successfully sometimes, I know this is not a rights issue.
Hopefully this will help someone else. Not sure if you have a similar situation. Review the application event log on the domain controller on which the simulation was run for events between 10/17/2012 12:13:14 PM and 10/17/2012 12:13:14 PM. have a peek at these guys Discussion SherWeb Products Hosted Exchange Office 365 Cloud Servers CRM Online Hosted SharePoint Online Backup Search for: Follow us Home SherWeb Community Business Solutions Tech Hub Developers Email and Collaboration
Windows OS Windows 7 PRTG Quick Overview (07:27) Video by: Kimberley Get a first impression of how PRTG looks and learn how it works. Might not even be a group policy problem though RSoP seems to indicate it is... Contact Us - Overclockers UK - Top Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. © Overclockers UK (Ocuk Ltd) current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault Unfortunately, some of them are just plain broken.
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