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    Friends

    I have applied one GPO in a OU, when i try to create another OU and moved all the users to the new OU, the changes are not reflecting. The GPO applied previously is existing,not able to change that.Can anyone help me.

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    Re: GPO applied not able to change

    When you move objects between objects the policy is not applied immidiate.
    Every 90 to 120 minutes the object refreshes its policy, than the new policy will be applied. You can however force the object to refresh its policy. This is done by typing GPUPDATE in a DOSbox.
    GPUPDATE switches:
    Gpupdate /target:computer Updates Computer policies
    Gpupdate /Target:User Updates user policies
    GPUPDATE /Force Updates both.

    To view applied policies, type GPRESULT in a DOSbox.
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    • #3
      Re: GPO applied not able to change

      See my friend,

      I have removed gpo and i have chaned the dns server to someother so that gpo wont apply.eventhough the client machine are getting gpo.wat to do for that,how to remove applied gpo

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      • #4
        Re: GPO applied not able to change

        Have you checked the application log in event viewer?
        What is the policy that is applied, and where is it applied to?
        What are you trying to achive?
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        • #5
          Re: GPO applied not able to change

          Originally posted by bikebefast View Post
          ...and i have chaned the dns server to someother so that gpo wont apply.
          What DNS settings did you change? Can the computer find a domain controller? Does the new DNS server support SRV records? Does it resolve for the Active Directory domain?

          I have a feeling that it might be a DNS issue. Can you explain some of your setup so that we can give you an accurate answer?


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          • #6
            Re: GPO applied not able to change

            Ok. Here are the details,

            I have configured a gpo locally.the ip of the dns server is 192.168.1.100 we dont have any global dns server its local. i have applied a gpo it was working well,later i created a new ou and i moved all the users to that OU.now here i have applied a gpo,but its not applying?

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            • #7
              Re: GPO applied not able to change

              [QUOTE=bikebefast;95799]Ok. Here are the details,

              I have configured a gpo locally.the ip of the dns server is 192.168.1.100 we dont have any global dns server its local. i have applied a gpo it was working well,later i created a new ou and i moved all the users to that OU.now here i have created another gpo,but its not applying?when i run rsop its displaying my previous gpo.

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              • #8
                Re: GPO applied not able to change

                The way in which policies are applied is L.S.D.OU
                What does LSDOU mean?
                L=Local
                S=Site
                D=Domain
                OU=Organizational Unit

                If you have configure a local policy, that policy is always run fisrt. Than other policies are applied in the order of LSDOU. So the local policy is overwritten, where settings are overwritten by later processed policies. Settings which have not been overwriiten are still applied.
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                • #9
                  Re: GPO applied not able to change

                  Originally posted by bikebefast View Post
                  I have configured a gpo locally.the ip of the dns server is 192.168.1.100 we dont have any global dns server its local. i have applied a gpo it was working well,later i created a new ou and i moved all the users to that OU.now here i have created another gpo,but its not applying?when i run rsop its displaying my previous gpo.
                  What DNS settings did you change?
                  What is the OS of your DNS server? Is it also a DC?
                  Have you checked the Event Log for Userenv errors?
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