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No Group Polict Settings

No Group Polict Settings

No Group Polict Settings

Hi All

I have a new install of Zen 6.5 on a Netware 6.5 server with the 4.91 SP2 client on XP Pro. Everything is installed and hte clients are deployed. I have a new policy for the DLU which is working fine, i also have a login script for drive mappings that works as well. When i add any Group Policy settings I love the drive mappings and don't get any of the GP settings (the DLU still works...remove GP policies and everything works again.

Any ideas on this one? I'm stumped.


RE: No Group Polict Settings

From the workstation your using to edit the policy, open a DOS box and run GPRESULT /Z > {path to a text file] while you have MMC open.  Scan through it and see if there is somthing set that should not be set (like somthing that hides your drives).

Also, what is the XP service pack level and the ZfD agent service pack level?

Brent Schmidt        Certified nut case   
Senior Network Engineer
Keep IT Simple http://www.kiscc.com

RE: No Group Polict Settings

I cleared all the GP's on the management machine, that was my first thought as well. XP is service pack 2

Not sure on the service pack on the ZfD.

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