Group Policy Problem

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Active Directory
Active Directory Services
Group Policy
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
I have a single forest single domain Windows Server 2003 AD environment. Default Domain Security SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal Policy Security OptionsInteractive LogonMesagge Text for Users Attempting to Logon, I have a custom logon message that I change from time to time. but some time its not applly on few of client of that domain and there are pieces of the the previous message that do not go away when I change the text I have tried to remove it from the registry on the DC but it comes back. Any ideas? I checked log files and registry at client workstation. it shows all right. means the policy in log file and in registry also .any idea

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Hi,

Try by using GPUPDATE on the clients where ur getting problems.which will update the group policy changes.
Check for any restrictions in group policies.
If ur applying changes in GPO’s computer configuration. U need to reboot the clients, which are giving problem. Then only, the changes will take effect.

Hope this will work for u

Thanks & Regards
Vlvpk

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