[gptalk] Re: Computer Policy Stuck on Machine?

  • From: "minesh pandya" <minesh.pandya@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 14:20:57 +0100

I suggest making the changes on the DC your machine is connected to, so
there is no delay in replication, also can you post a GPResult..
There arent any attachments to your email.. also after a rsop select
computer config and see if there is any error info.

On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 6:13 PM, Bobby Benninger <bobby.benninger@xxxxxxxxx>

> Hi folks, I created a group policy to roll out the Office Compatibility
> Pack for 2007 (O12Conv.MSI).
> I created a new OU to test, put my machine name in it, and created an
> assigned software install for this MSI.
> The policy applied at startup but the software never installed. When I run
> rsop.msc it shows what I think is a pending software assignment (please see
> rsop.jpg). If I look at the advanced deployment options I get what is in the
> "script info.jpg".
> I have deleted the GPO and rebooted my machine several times and run
> gpupdate /force, but I still get the same info in rsop.msc, also I had some
> replication issues but those have been resolved.
> Is there an issue with the policy stuck on my machine and could you give me
> some suggestions how to remove it (so I can re-create the GPO and test
> installing the 012Conv.MSI)? Should I delete the policy folder
> "{8062B822-1E92-48D7-B535-610092827A9A}" off of Sysvol?
> Thanks so much for your help!
>  - bob


Minesh Pandya

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