Thank you very much, Darren ! De : gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Darren Mar-Elia Envoyé : vendredi 4 avril 2008 16:44 À : gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Objet : [gptalk] Re: GPResult Errors...suggestions? The script that you're running below is querying GPOs for which CSEs they've implemented. However, I was referring to metadata left on the client, particularly in the GP history keys of the registry. If you are running that script and its showing Disk Quota still exists in a GPO but you truly don't have any defined there, then you would need to manually edit the gpcMachineExtensionNames or gpcUserExtensionNames attributes on the GPC object in AD for that GPO to remove the GUID-pair that relates to that CSE. Its not a trivial exercise if you aren't familiar with it and might not be worth mucking with unless the report you get from that script is important. Darren From: gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Hendrikus Terwint (SEDIRSI-Prestataire) Sent: Friday, April 04, 2008 3:08 AM To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [gptalk] Re: GPResult Errors...suggestions? Darren, Did you find a way to clean up the history related to CSEs? Cos I've come upon a similar "problem". I recently used CSEs with one of the standard gpmc scripts: FindGPOsByPolicyExtension.wsf /PrintCSEList While running FindGPOsByPolicyExtension.wsf against the Disk Quota CSE, it still comes up with the name of a GPO that doesn't have anything configured in the Disk Quota policy anymore... Guess I'll have to clean up its history somewhere, but I don't know where. Thanks for your help, Hendrikus De : gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Shane Williford Envoyé : jeudi 3 avril 2008 19:58 À : gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Objet : [gptalk] Re: GPResult Errors...suggestions? Thanks Darren. I've been at this organization for 2yrs now and those 2 errors have always been there, and I know I didn't put any SI policy in place. J I did some research on how to get rid of those errors and the get rid of the Event 1085 error but didn't come up with anything. I'm not familiar too much with what Client-Side Extensions are. I read about them some time ago, but didn't understand them too much. I assume that's what you meant in your last couple statements about old CSEs? Thanks again. Shane M. Williford Systems Administrator MCSE, MCSA Sec, Sec+, Net+, A+ Mazuma Credit Union shane.williford@xxxxxxxxxx 816-361-4194 x6012 _____ From: gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Darren Mar-Elia Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2008 12:26 PM To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [gptalk] Re: GPResult Errors...suggestions? What those two messages tell me is that, first, that a script policy failed to run because the script in question could not be found and, that the software installation policy failed to run because it needs a reboot or re-logon to actually do something. The fact that you no longer have SI policy could just mean that on the client in question, the registry metadata related to GP that is used by RSOP has not gotten cleaned up since you removed that policy. I actually found a bug in GP results when I was building my GPExpert Health Reporter where, if a CSE no longer applies to a computer or user, the history related to that CSE does not get cleaned up in all cases. That can result in old CSE errors showing up even though the CSE no longer is being run. I suspect that is what is happening in this case. Darren From: gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Shane Williford Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2008 8:54 AM To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [gptalk] GPResult Errors...suggestions? Hi All, I've always gotten the following errors when I've run the GPResults wizard and not sure why. I've tried searching possible causes/resolutions and had no success. I also have errors in Event Viewer (Event ID 1085) and have had those for what seems like forever. I'm not experiencing any GP issues, as far as I can tell....all seems to be working fine. It's more of a "clean-up" kinda thing really. Although, one of my GPOs doesn't seem to work right (Offline File Sharing...still testing that out, though). Error1: Scripts failed due to the error listed below. The system cannot find the file specified. Additional information may have been logged. Review the Policy Events tab in the console or the application event log for events between 4/3/2008 9:35:20 AM and 4/3/2008 9:35:20 AM Error2: Software Installation did not complete policy processing because a system restart is required for the settings to be applied. Group Policy will attempt to apply the settings the next time the computer is restarted. Additional information may have been logged. Review the Policy Events tab in the console or the application event log for events between 4/3/2008 9:50:34 AM and 4/3/2008 9:50:34 AM. Funny thing is we have no software installation package or anything like that. We just have software installation security settings configured (i.e. User -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Software Restriction Policies & Security Levels). Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Shane M. 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