Gpupdate not updating policy

Posted by / 22-Jan-2018 00:56

I am on an XP machine, fully patched, and see these keys.

Also technet explains the keys if you google search the following (the key you want to check on): example: Googlesearch "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEMameters maximumpasswordage" and you get: you mean - 'Flexible Single Master Operations' - FSMO I believe my AD settings are ok, clients get their profiles, shares, printers, etc. I tried out this command: -------------------------------- gaia Binding to gaia ...

I found the following article which laid out the process in wonderful detail (I highly recommend the read): https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/askds/2011/03/11/getting-the-effective-audit-policy-in-windows-7-and-2008-r2/ In review, I found that the to Enabled.

I checked the Event Viewer and it showed an error, Event ID 1006, Error Code 49, Error Description: Invalid Credentials. If you launch Windows registry with SYSTEM level privilege and browse to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SECURITY\CACHE", you will find a total of 10 entries starting from NL1 to NL10.

This issue may be transient and could be caused by one or more of the following.

Additional Symptom: – Attempting to connect to network shares may yield the error: Causes: – The “TCP/IP Netbios Helper” service is stopped – DNS Issues Solution: – Start the “TCP/IP Netbios Helper service” and verify the startup type is set to automatic.

Solution: Go back to the advanced settings, disable one setting and click OK, then go back and re-enable it.

The entirety of the logging settings will then appear. The GPO will go to affected systems on the next refresh, and will take effect the next reboot.

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Windows attempted to read the file \\DC1hattansystems.com\sysvol\DC1hattansystems.com\Policies\\from a domain controller and was not successful.