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  • Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

    Dear all.

    Well I have 15 computer network without domain. all the computers are in workgroup enviroment,
    but in one machine when I open gpedit.msc I am getting following error,
    " Failed to open the Group Policy object on this computer. you may not have appropriate rights"

    I am also logging on as local administrator but still I am getting error.
    There is no domain and there is no any other policy defined.

    Pl help on this matter.

    from
    Jogen joshi

  • #2
    Re: Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

    1. Can you open the MMC?
    2. Can you add the GPedit snapp in?
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    • #3
      Re: Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

      Dear Thanks for reply

      But I also can not open and add gpedit in to MMC

      from
      Jogen

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      • #4
        Re: Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

        Did MMC open on the problem PC at all?
        =>Does mmc.exe exist in c:\windows\system32? Do gpedit.msc and gpedit.dll?
        =>Have the admin group rights to this folder/files?


        Can you open gpedit.msc on another PC and then connect to the problem PC?
        =>Can you see are there software restrictions in place?
        I don't know anything about (you or your) computers.
        Research/test for yourself when listening to free advice.

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        • #5
          Re: Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

          Well mmc is does opening in the PC onle Gpedit.msc is not working and it gives the Permission error.

          Jogen

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          • #6
            Re: Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

            And can you remotely connect to this PC via mmc?

            So you would run MMC->File ->Add/Remove Snap in ->Add -> Group Policy ->Add ->Browse ->Computers -> Another Computer, from here select the problem computer.

            If you can do this can you see if there is anything in the GP which may be locking you out?
            I don't know anything about (you or your) computers.
            Research/test for yourself when listening to free advice.

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            • #7
              Re: Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

              Dear All,

              This problem has been resolved it wasn't a rights problem and also it wasn't mmc problem.
              Actually the problem was adm files where it is stored the c:\windows\system32\grouppolicy\

              here all the adm files and machine policy stores . So my all the adm files were corrupted so i copied whole group policy folder from the another machine to my machine and now it is working ok

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              jogen

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              • #8
                Re: Opening the Group Poilcy in my Local Machine

                Thank you for updating the forum with the solution that solved your problem !
                Rep. points awarded ...

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