I was wondering if anyone out there has experienced the same problem.
We are currently operating in a Windows 2000 Domain using Advanced Server on my domain controllers. Additionally I have member servers running W2k and W2k3, Windows 2000 Pro and Windows XP clients. All total about 7,000 devices.
All devices are running with the latest service packs and fixes applied.
Recently I have begun to experience the following error message when I try and update some GPO?s (not all) using the supplied Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in on any Domain Controller and I am setup to allow any DC to accept updates to GPO?s.
The error is:
The following entry in the [strings] section is too long and has been truncated.
If you enable any policies for the security page, it is strongly recommended that you also configure policy to disable the security page from being presented in the UI to prevent users from believing that they can change their security settings, nn You can disable the security page using the policy located at Administrative TemplateWindows ComponentsInternet Explorer/Internet Co
The error appears in a pop-up and can only be cleared by ending the task through Task Manager.
Now for the really weird part. When using the latest Group Policy Management mmc from a XP box the error does not occur. I can create and alter any GPO without the error message appearing.
Anyone have any ideas?
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