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GPO Issues

GPO Issues

GPO Issues

I created a software installation GPO and have it linked and Enforced on a particular OU. I moved my machine into this OU and did a gpupdate /force and have rebooted several times the software does not get installed. When I do gpresult /r it is not showing this policy is even being applied. There are no blocks anywhere that would prevent this. I have looked in the Event viewer and see Software Installation encountered an unexpected error while reading from the MSI file \\ny-XXX01.xxx.net\zoom$\ZoomInstallerFull.msi. The error was not serious enough to justify halting the operation. The following error was encountered: The operation completed successfully.
If I click the \\ny-XXX01.xxx.net\zoom$\ZoomInstallerFull.msi the link opens to the file. I have Everyone with read rights.
I have also tried GP Results from GP Management but get Invalid Property when trying to run again my PC. Not sure what that means.
Any help is appreciated.

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