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    Can one one of you please HELP me in getting ride of this error message in Application event viewer....

    Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO CN={EDC5D726-384F-4B32-9ED9-D4406239324E},CN=Policies,CN=System,DC=bank,DC=bnb ,DC=com,DC=bt. The file must be present at the location <\\bank.bnb.com.bt\SysVol\bank.bnb.com.bt\Policies \{EDC5D726-384F-4B32-9ED9-D4406239324E}\gpt.ini>. (The system cannot find the path specified. ). Group Policy processing aborted.

    Thanks..

  • #2
    Re: GPO problem in windows

    Have you tried to : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842804 ??
    And how is this question related to Windows Server? Shouldn't it be in GPO forum?

    Sorin Solomon


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    • #3
      Re: GPO problem in windows

      Originally posted by sorinso View Post
      And how is this question related to Windows Server? Shouldn't it be in GPO forum?
      I had issues like this and it turned out to be a problem with DNS.

      OP

      Ensure your DNS is correct and working.

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      • #4
        Re: GPO problem in windows

        Moved to GPO forum

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        • #5
          Re: GPO problem in windows

          Hello to all admin on the same boat with me,
          p.s: i dont want to open a new topic, just tag along with nimen1

          I have apply GPO, the batch script is fine (simple network mapping), i dont get any ERROR. I check the log on my DC, it's seem to be fine.


          What should i check/ do? it drives me crazy...


          thanks a lot,
          RC

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          Last edited by P2nd; 10th February 2007, 23:34.
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          • #6
            Re: GPO problem in windows

            P2nd, I think that if it's not the same error message like the original post, you should open a separate thread. If it is the same , why don't you say it?
            So, what is the problem? The GPO is not applied?
            Questions to be asked (if you want some proper answer):
            - what are you trying to do and what is the problem?
            - is the problematic GPO linked to the OU where the computer/user resides in?
            - are both branches of the GPO enabled (Computer Settings/User Settings)?
            - run gpresult from within the user account on the computer you have the problem with and post the results (decide by yourself if you want the specific info of your domain published; if not, erase it). If you want the output to be kept in a file, run gpresult > c:\gpresult.txt.
            Probably more questions will follow, after we'll know what's the problem.

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            • #7
              Re: GPO problem in windows

              sorinso,

              Thanks for a quick reply.

              Code:
              So, what is the problem? The GPO is not applied?
              A: Yes, it does applied

              is the problematic GPO linked to the OU where the computer/user resides in? are both branches of the GPO enabled (Computer Settings/User Settings)?
              A: Yes, it is link between OU and computers/users. GPO status > ENABLED. ENFORCE > NO.

              the problem is the script applied (just simple script - map network drive), but no network drive when i go to my computer.

              script.bat : look like this:

              NET use S: \\10.1.0.1\share

              It's locate: \\abc.COM\sysvol\abc.com\Policies\{31B2F340-016D-11D2-945F-00C04FB984F9}\User\Scripts\Logon


              I have attatch my gpresult.

              thanks for you time,
              R.C
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              Last edited by P2nd; 11th February 2007, 18:46.
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              • #8
                Re: GPO problem in windows

                You still don't say what is the problem.

                Sorin Solomon


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                • #9
                  Re: GPO problem in windows

                  thanks for a quick reply!

                  I'm sorry, the problem is the script applied (just simple script - map network drive), When i check in "My Computer" there is not network drive was found.

                  script.bat is works and look like this:

                  NET use S: \\10.1.0.1\share

                  It's locate: \\abc.COM\sysvol\abc.com\Policies\{31B2F340-016D-11D2-945F-00C04FB984F9}\User\Scripts\Logon
                  Last edited by P2nd; 11th February 2007, 18:46.
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                  • #10
                    Re: GPO problem in windows

                    Run the script like that, not through GPO, see it it maps anything.

                    If it doesn't work, edit and fix it.

                    If it works when you run it manually, check your GPOs, see if they are applied at all.
                    Cheers,

                    Daniel Petri
                    Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Active Directory Directory Services
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                    • #11
                      Re: GPO problem in windows

                      Originally posted by P2nd
                      p.s: i dont want to open a new topic, just tag along with nimen1
                      I think you should open a separate thread, because it's not the same error message like the original post. Now you already have more replies than the original poster!
                      (try the extension .cmd instead of .bat for the file and then correct it in the users GPO too. And check the share permissions and the ntfs permissions of the folder on the server)


                      nimen1,
                      Do you have more than one Domain Controller on the network?
                      Can you give the complete error details from the eventviewer

                      And fixate the speed of the nic on the clients, and not using 1Ghz for a period of time. See if that makes a different.
                      (EDIT: What I meant ofcourse is not using 1Gbps on the client for a while)


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                      Last edited by Rems; 12th February 2007, 08:56.

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                      • #12
                        Re: GPO problem in windows

                        With the mileage this far, please do not start a new thread. If the moderator so chooses, he can do so.
                        Cheers,

                        Rick

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                        • #13
                          Re: GPO problem in windows

                          Hello there,

                          yes, i try it manually, it works

                          did you look at my gpresuld.txt?

                          I ran a Group Policy Results (via Group Policy management) to a user machine i got Event: 10009 error, something to do with DCOM. I check a client PC, WMI > started. What is your suggestion?
                          i have been google for this solution... no luck, is there any good source for me that you know?

                          thanks.
                          RC
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                          • #14
                            Re: GPO problem in windows

                            There's nothing I can see in the gpresult.txt, without knowing what is the GPO you try to run.
                            Regarding the 10009 error message, it says something like: DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer [IP Address] using any of the configured protocols. What is the IP that shows there? Is it of a rellevant computer?
                            So, please post:
                            - what is the name of the GPO (so I'll check if it shows in the file);
                            - a screenshot of the GPMC , to see how you linked the GPO. Warning: erase from there details that you do not want pucblic on the Internet.

                            With these details, I think we can go further in finding the proper sollution for you.

                            Sorin Solomon


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                            • #15
                              Re: GPO problem in windows

                              I got it. I add a test user to "delegation" in Group Policy Object and it works fine, now. I dont know it is a good idea to do like that, but it works for now.

                              thanks for all your help guys,
                              Last edited by P2nd; 12th February 2007, 21:36.
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