The workstations will all have to be rebooted to get new DHCP assignments (or you can just disable/enable the NIC on each one). x 2 Maxsl75 I heard of this error being fixed as follows: 1. When I manually added NS records for the current DNS servers the 1030 & 1058 errors stopped some 6 hours later. A data value of 1 disables the client. 3.Press OK and exit the Registry Editor. 4.Verify that File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks is enabled on the interface: A.Start / his comment is here
We noticed in DNS that the AD-Zone had more than one A-Record for the zone itself with different IP addresses. See example of private comment Links: EventID 1030 from source Userenv, Google Thread, Deployment considerations for Group Policy, Troubleshooting XP Offline files, Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0 - SBS 2003 Best Practices After that, everything worked. The file must be present at the location <\\
x 121 Anonymous I was getting this event every 5 minutes on my SBS 2003 DC after I was unable to open/edit several group policy objects.The problem was that I'd changed I added them and the errors went away after a gpupdate /force. Active Directory Metadata Cleanup, What isthat? Second, WINS is configured automatically on an SBS...
Add them back if you removed them. Of course, all were fine. To learn more about this issue and how you can correct it, click Help". Gpt.ini File Location Where
In my case, I received Unable to locate file. Windows Cannot Query For The List Of Group Policy Objects Server 2003 Post navigation ← IPv4 and IPv6 Reverse Lookup ZoneConfiguration How to configure "Authorative Time server" in a ADdomain. → 2 thoughts on “Windows cannot access the filegpt.ini” Http://www.radioelhatillo.com May 1, 2013 x 1 Andy Ferris This error occurred on a Window 2003 Citrix server when users logged in across a citrix session. Whenever I opened Active Directory users and computers, right click on the domain name and click properties, and then click on the group policy tab, an error popped up saying “no
See ME258296 for information on how to change the binding order of the network adapters so that the adapter that is listed at the top of the Connections list has File Userenv 1058 Delete the temporary Group Policy. I think you meant me, not Jay_Jay? View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » 8 Replies Pure Capsaicin OP Best Answer Martin9700 Jun 9, 2009 at 5:57 UTC Hate to say that I've
Login here! All of your background info is interesting... Windows Cannot Access The File Gpt.ini For Gpo I did not follow steps 1c-f of ME290647 for Windows 2003 servers, which describe removing inheritance from parent folder on two subfolders. What Is Gpt.ini File I am STILL getting the error in the application log... 1058 still appears every 5 minutes (along with 1030).
I think you meant me, not Jay_Jay? http://chatflow.net/windows-cannot/windows-cannot-access-the-specified-device-you-may-not-have-the-appropriate-permissions.html In 2011, the client firewall policy has moved to the SBS computers contaâ€¦ SBS What is an Application Delivery Controller (ADC)? Checked the following Registry values (two of them were not present): HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Mup\DisableDFS=0 HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\NetCache\Enabled=1 HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\NetCache\Enabled=1. 3. Mmmmm. Windows Cannot Access The File Gpt.ini For Gpo Cn= 31b2f340-016d-11d2-945f-00c04fb984f9
Then list the IP address for each domain controller in your domain, on the same hosts file (with the domain name next to it). Kb840669 x 146 Krycek I had the same issue of not being able to access anything outside the domain controller (such as \\domain.local\share. Make sure your internal interface with all proper bindings needed for resolution is the first in the network access order list "Network Connections >Advanced>Advanced Settings>Adapters and Bindings".
x 1 Dmitry Akselrod I had this issue on a Windows 2003 DC. how did you come about to be using 192.0.0.x? As per Microsoft: "This issue may occur when a procedure to repair the Group Policy objects (GPO) and the GPO references in the Active Directory directory service on a Windows Small Kb885887 I checked drivers, netsh, etc for this “ghost” card, but it was nowhere to be found.
Every AD has that DFS share, but you can check if that path exists by going to \\company.local and then browsing down the path to see if the GPT.INIÂ is there (it x 4 Jack Brasher I am running Windows XP Pro SP2 in an SBS 2003 Domain. Just a guess...Â 1 Datil OP spiceuser Jun 17, 2009 at 10:10 UTC Well this issue seems to be resolved since some changes lastÂ Wed nightÂ - waiting to make http://chatflow.net/windows-cannot/how-to-fix-solve-windows-cannot-access-the-specified-device-path-or-file-error.html Thanks to Walter Russo, he suggested a workaround by adding the IP adresses of each DC to local hosts-file.
Then... Also if I ping domain.local I get a response from the right IP.