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Windows Cannot Query List Group Policy Objects Event Id 1030


Marked as answer by Miles ZhangModerator Monday, May 11, 2009 1:05 AM Friday, May 08, 2009 10:17 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Seems like we finally EXCHANGE failed test frsevent Starting test: kccevent ......................... Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 do not distinguish between non-ASCII and ASCII characters in account names. So should I delete line 15620? 113: CATEGORY !!InternetExplorer 114: #if version >= 4 115: EXPLAIN !!IE_ExplainCat 116: #endif 117: 118: POLICY !!NoHelpMenu ... 15618: CATEGORY !!InternetExplorer 15619: #if version this content

Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Advanced Search Forum General Off-Topic Windows cannot query for the list of Group Policy objects. + Reply to Thread Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last So, if you have Windows XP clients or just plain aren't worried about someone cranking up DFS and screwing something up somewhere, plan on leaving DFS enabled again. Type MaxPacketSize, and then press ENTER. 5. From a newsgroup post by a Microsoft engineer: "What is happening is that the TCP/IP Netbios Helper Service is trying to start before the KDC starts upon reboot.

Windows Cannot Access The File Gpt.ini For Gpo

The server in question has a dual port ethernet card, Intel 1000MT. Quote hypnotoad Senior Member Join Date Dec 2007 Posts 915 Certifications BS&MS-CompSci, CCNA, CCNP, Hyper-V, CCAI 02-26-200803:15 AM #5 I get this sometimes, and it apparently relates to DNS but You can safely ignore it. It turned out that there was a stored password on the machine when this specific user was logged in.

The problem seems to be related to the background group policy refresh failing if the user has locked the workstation. I found that if I used the drivers included on the TCP/IP offload CD from Dell, the virtual adapter was able to ping out but could not be connected to. x 107 Anonymous When combined with 1065 and 9097 errors, check to see if you can run msinfo32.exe, or open wmimgmt.msc and check get into properties at the root level. Kb840669 I'm going to think that this will fix the problem.

IT guy since 12/00 4/9/2016 - Completed Linux+/LPIC-1 (passed LX0-104) Working on: AWS Solution Architect (Associate), MCSA 2012 upgrade from 2003 (to heck with 2008!!) On Deck: VCP6 (VCP5 expiring in Event Id 1030 Group Policy Failed Go to Network Connections -> Advanced Settings. Change the disabledomaincreds value to 1 to stop store domain credentials.See if it helps.Thiago Pereira | | Friday, May 08, 2009 4:30 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in x 81 Anonymous In my case, the 1030 & 1058 event were fixed by: 1) Change the binding order of the network adapters (ncpa.cpl-advanced-advanced settings), so that the adapter that is

USERENV(3dc.6a8) 13:03:40:930 ProcessGPOs: Leaving with 0. Dfsutil /purgemupcache Looks like Windows XP speaks quite a bit differently to AD and wants/needs more information (and expects it from DFS shares - \\.). In fact, from my XP machine, I tried connecting Event ID: 1030 Source: Userenv Source: Userenv Type: Error Description:Windows cannot query for the list of Group Policy objects. I wonder if that has something to do with it.

Event Id 1030 Group Policy Failed

Break out the GPO Administration Tool and check them that way if you prefer the user friendly names. \\\SysVol\\Polic ies\ I had this issue a while back and I don't remember Event ID: 1058 Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO CN={31B2F340-016D-11D2-945F-00C04FB984F9},CN=Policies,CN=System,DC=domain,DC=com. Windows Cannot Access The File Gpt.ini For Gpo The problem was that for this particular user Group Policy was not being applied when he logged in, therefore not enabling "My Documents Redirection". Kb885887 File Replication Service is having trouble enabling replication from - Event ID 13508 I am going to write this post for this issue as this is the second time I am

Data center to be used by MSP for DR, DaaS and email hosting, etc. news Failing SYSVOL replication problems may cause Group Policy problems. ......................... Do you think this one file is the cause of these event ID errors? Still nothing. Windows Cannot Access The File Gpt.ini For Gpo Cn= 31b2f340-016d-11d2-945f-00c04fb984f9

We've deployed KB885887 patch and it's seems like this solved our problem. Updating the network driver on the host machine clears up the error. NOTE: The \\Active Directory Domain Name\Sysvol share is a special share that requires the DFS client to make a connection." See ME314494. Both had recently upgraded their SBS2003 servers from Trend Micro CSM suite 2.0 to 3.0.

Instead I used the drivers that came on the Dell driver CD and it seems to work fine. Userenv Oracle Also, if SMB signing policies are set by the default domain controller security policy, the problem affects all the domain controllers on the network. Office 365 Exchange Exclaimer Active Directory Introducing a Windows 2012 Domain Controller into a 2008 Active Directory Environment Video by: Rodney This tutorial will walk an individual through the steps necessary

Another post regarding Event ID 1030 mentioned that passwords stored in the User Account control panel option, then under Password management could be causing the issue.

x 87 Matteo In our case, this event was recorded along with event 11 from KDC on the domain controller. USERENV(3dc.6a8) 13:03:40:930 GPOThread: Next refresh will happen in 90 minutes More than that, this error is only for user group policy. NVDC passed test NetLogons Starting test: Advertising ......................... Event Id 1058 I've had this problem in the past.

I just want to have a clean DC and this error doesn't appear to be happening on my other 2 DC's (another local 2003 R2 server and a remote office 2008 x 3 David Cain We encountered this event at approximately 2 hour intervals on one of our Windows 2003 Domain Controllers. See ME913463 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows Server 2003. check my blog I haven't had the chance to reboot yet but I'll let you know.

If so you will have to really start digging into the permissions. In the Advanced menu make sure that the most important NIC is on top at the Adapters and Bindings tab. Editing the following Registry value to remove the "Remember My Password" option from all prompts for authentication:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\LsaValue Name: disabledomaincredsValue Type: REG_DWORDValues: 0 = allow domain credentials to be stored1 = do Look for Userenv event ID 1505.

The last success occurred at 2006-07-07 16:48:12. 14420 failures have occurred since the last success. x 2 Matthias Junge I got the event 1030 and 1058 on a client PC at a remote site, which is connected via a VPN tunnel to our internal network. Sometimes when it is happening, systems take a long time to log on to the domain. See ME909260 to solve this problem.

x 4 Martin von Stein This event can occur on Windows Server 2003 (any service pack) if digital signing of network communications has been disabled in the Local Security Policy of Therefore, Group Policy replication in the Active Directory directory service will fail, and you will not be able to edit Group Policy to undo these settings". Replacement of the flexible network card with a e1000 nic (reboot, reconfigure network TCP/IP settings, reboot) solved the problem. They were simply there because the user had a suspended session on ther server, and the user had changed their password since logging on to that server.

EXCHANGE passed test MachineAccount Starting test: Services ......................... One or several solved all of the problems. NVDC passed test kccevent Starting test: systemlog An Error Event occured. My DC was down for about an hour total, so you'll want to make sure you have that much time.