Group policy is not applying in user or computer through Win XP from W2K3 server

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Dear all, I have a Windows server 2003 domain and 10 client in Windows XP all computer member in domain and login properly in domain from Win XP computer I have a problem when I change a group policy in Win 2k3 server, the user side not any effect (example - change desktop setting from user configuration and other but not applying  in client). Please tell me how to change policy in domain server because I also searched on the net last one month but couldn't find an answer. thanks Manoj

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Windows checks the group policy every 90 minutes or so. After making the change and making sure the changes replicated through the domain controllers, you can use GPUPDATE /FORCE on a command line to force the machine to update the group policy. You can do that at each machine or use a program like PSEXEC.

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  • carlosdl
    Also, running GPRESULT on a client machine could help you troubleshoot the problem.
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  • Itgurpreet
    Check the firewall settings at the client end. Also check the applied polices at Sysvol folder.
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  • 129
    Dear all thanks for tip but i already change 90 minutes referesh rate in group policy and run all command but till date problem not solved
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  • mshen
    Run GPRESULT.exe on the command line. Check the Applied Group Policy Objects section to make sure your GPO is actually applied. Is your GPO in that section?
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