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Tag Archives: Group Policy
I finally got around to converting my Login Script, written in VB, converted to use Group Policy Preferences. The conversion went quite well, however a few cases did show up where some Windows XP computers were not mapping the drives. … Continue reading
Windows 7: The processing of Group Policy failed. Windows could not authenticate to the Active Directory service on a domain controller. (LDAP Bind function call failed)
I began experiencing problems with my Windows 7 PCs not refreshing the Computer Group Policies that I had in place. SYMPTOMS: gpupdate /force would report the following: C:\Users\username>gpupdate /force Updating Policy… User Policy update has completed successfully. Computer policy could … Continue reading
We recently deployed several Windows 7 workstations. Some of us had been using Windows 7 for some time but this was our first real deployment of the latest operating system to a remote location. Along with this came new opportunities … Continue reading