[gptalk] Re: corrupt gptteml.inf

  • From: "Darren Mar-Elia" <darren@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 10:11:15 -0700

John-
Is this a new GPO or one that you've had for a while? The gpttmpl.inf file
should not be set to read-only, so I suspect someone did that explicitly. I
would clear that flag on the file and see what happens.

Darren

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Subject: [gptalk] corrupt gptteml.inf

When I import a custom.inf file into a group policy, then click on apply, i
get access denied to the gpttmpl.inf. I check the acl's for the file in
sysvol and I have full rights to the file, but I noticed the the read only
attribute is set.

When this happens all of my settings in the policy are changed to not
defined, and I have to restore the policy from backups.


I've completed this process with out any problems in my development and test
forest (which are copies of production) with out any problems. 

Does anyone have any ideas or a place to start troubleshooting this from.

Thanks --John
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