GPO error

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  • loureed4
    loureed4
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    #166712

    Hello,

    I created two GPOs in Windows 2008 R2 (all updates applied)

    When I click in “Policies” , a error message pops up (I attach image)

    I tried opening the two policies and even the “Default domain” policy every time resulting in that message popping up, always when expanding “Policies” , whether the User node or the Computer node of the GPO.

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    Blood
    Blood
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    #337226

    A quick search turns up several instances where this has happened. Have you tried any fixes found during your searches yet? Those I found from a year ago stated updating I.E. solved it, but you say your machine is fully up to date.

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    shefi
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    #380036

    No, my first step to troubleshooting was this forum. Thanks a lot Blood.

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    shefi
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    #380037

    Yes, it is fully updated.

    Blood
    Blood
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    #337227

    OK, then. Have you tried to replace the admx policy file? You can get them from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down…s.aspx?id=6243

    Copy the existing inetres.admx file from the ..windowspolicydefinitions folder to a safe place. You may also need to take ownership of the admx file before you can replace it.

    All taken from ElderN’s reply here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w…f-7b070a5db531

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    shefi
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    #380038
    Blood;n507978 wrote:
    OK, then. Have you tried to replace the admx policy file?

    Okay, I will look into that, thanks a lot !

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    shefi
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    #380039

    I am sorry that I cannot bring the results, I deleted the Virtual machine purposelessly.

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    shefi
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    #380041
    Blood;n507978 wrote:
    OK, then. Have you tried to replace the admx policy file? You can get them from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down…s.aspx?id=6243

    Copy the existing inetres.admx file from the ..windowspolicydefinitions folder to a safe place. You may also need to take ownership of the admx file before you can replace it.

    All taken from ElderN’s reply here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w…f-7b070a5db531

    Hello,

    I had a clone of the machine and could bring it up to life.

    I installed those admx , but didn’t work. Same error.

    The thing is that this is happening in both Domain Controllers, both of them updated W28k R2

    Thanks a lot !

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    wullieb1
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    #245531

    What ADMX files are you importing?? The error is reporting to be from inetres.admx which is the IE

    https://kb.plesk.com/en/126687

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    shefi
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    #380042
    wullieb1;n508001 wrote:
    What ADMX files are you importing?? The error is reporting to be from inetres.admx which is the IE

    https://kb.plesk.com/en/126687

    Hello,

    I dont understand the question, I am not an expert, sorry about it.

    And what could I do about it, if it is IE ?. The Operating system is updated.

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    shefi
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    #380043
    wullieb1;n508001 wrote:

    This made the trick, thank you so much !!

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