[gptalk] Adding GPO attribute via script

  • From: "Northwood, Ian" <Ian.Northwood@xxxxxx>
  • To: <gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 May 2008 13:06:20 +0100

In intensive testing, the script which I've been working on since November has 
a single remaining issue in that it fails to display 'Settings' in the Group 
Policy Management console. I have identified the fix: I add the 
'gPCUserExtensionNames' attribute to the GP, with the value 
 refresh the display and we're in business.
The issue is, I can't seem to do this in the script! Each time, I get a 
"General access denied error", -2147024891. What's puzzling me is that, using 
the same machine on which the script is running and using the same account, I 
can add the attribute manually via the console.

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