User policy not updating in windows xp pro
I support a Windows 2003 Active Directory Domain, until today only Windows XP clients and Internet Explorer 8.
We use a proxy server to filter and monitor the internet and we push the configuration for that proxy server via Group Policy.
I would like to know if anyone can advise me on how to install the required driver?
I have tried to update my installation but that will not work so I formatted another disk and tried to install the system with the same look.
It turned out there were two reasons the settings were not applying. I hadn’t updated my Internet Explorer Group Policy Administrative Template to support Internet Explorer 9.
That was easy enough to fix by going here and updating my Administrative Template.
To make this change open up your Internet Explorer GPO again and make the following changes: Once I’d made both of those tweaks I ran a quick ‘gpupdate /force’ and that was it! There seems to be a bug in Internet Explorer 9, or at least the version I’m running, where if you go into the proxy settings under ‘Internet Options’ you won’t actually see your proxy servers name in the ‘Address:’ box.When you read the procedure and follow it like I have it looks like something has been omitted or is incorrect.The system runs fine as it is setup but I would like to take advantage of the SATA AHCI controller.Also Read: Group policy is not applying/working after patching (GPO Permission issues) No issues are reported on the normal check out, default domain policy has all the necessary settings which are not reaching the Windows 10 machines, while troubleshooting the issue found they haven’t imported the Windows 10 Group Policy Templates to there Windows Server 2012 R2 Domain Controllers, so the Local logon DC can’t even communicate with Windows 10 Machines via GPO How to check the Windows 10 System is the GPO’s are applied from DC?you can use gpresult /v to get the detailed report of all applied policies RSOP.
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I’ll see if that clears up once I get Windows Updates working on these Windows 7 machines or when we get to Internet Explorer 10.