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Application of Group Policy

Updated: September 21, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Group Policy uses the information collected during preprocessing to apply settings to the computer or user. The Group Policy service cycles through each client-side extension, sharing the previous collected information. Each client-side extension then applies its specific policy settings to the computer or users. During this process, one or more client-side extensions may report problems when attempting to apply policy settings.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1085

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

Windows failed to apply the %8 settings. %8 settings might have its own log file. Please click on the "More information" link.

1109

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

The user account is in a different forest than the computer account. The processing of Group Policy from another forest is not allowed. Group Policy will be processed using Loopback Replace mode. The scope of the user policy settings will be determined by the location of the computer object in Active Directory. The settings will be acquired from the User Configuration of these policies.

1112

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

The Group Policy Client Side Extension %8 was unable to apply one or more settings because the changes must be processed before system startup or user logon. The system will wait for Group Policy processing to finish completely before the next startup or logon for this user, and this may result in slow startup and boot performance.

1126

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

Windows was unable to determine whether new Group Policy settings defined by a network administrator should be enforced for this user or computer because this computer's clock is not synchronized with the clock of one of the domain controllers for the domain. Because of this issue, this computer system may not be in compliance with the network administrator’s requirements, and users of this system may not be able to use some functionality on the network. Windows will periodically attempt to retry this operation, and it is possible that either this system or the domain controller will correct the time settings without intervention by an administrator, so the problem will be corrected.

If this issue persists for more than an hour, checking the local system's clock settings to ensure they are accurate and are synchronized with the clocks on the network's domain controllers is one way to resolve this problem. A network administrator may be required to resolve the issue if correcting the local time settings does not address the problem.

1128

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

The Group Policy Client Side Extension %3 may have caused the Group Policy Service to terminate unexpectedly. To prevent further failures in the Group Policy Service, this extension has been temporarily disabled until after the next system restart. Group Policy settings managed by this extension may no longer be enforced until the system is restarted. The vendor of this extension should be contacted if this issue reoccurs.

1500

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

The Group Policy settings for the computer were processed successfully. There were no changes detected since the last successful processing of Group Policy.

1501

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

The Group Policy settings for the user were processed successfully. There were no changes detected since the last successful processing of Group Policy.

1502

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

The Group Policy settings for the computer were processed successfully. New settings from %6 Group Policy objects were detected and applied.

1503

Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy

The Group Policy settings for the user were processed successfully. New settings from %6 Group Policy objects were detected and applied.

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