Group Policy errors on XP clients in Domain

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DarrenW

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Running Server 2003 with AD. Lately I've been seeing errors in XP clients EVENT VIEWER. Errors are as follows:

Event ID: 1202 Source: SceCli
Security policies were propagated with warning. 0x4b8 : An extended error has occurred.
For best results in resolving this event, log on with a non-administrative account and search http://support.microsoft.com for "Troubleshooting Event 1202's".

Event ID: 1085 Source: Userenv
The Group Policy client-side extension Security failed to execute. Please look for any errors reported earlier by that extension.

I've tried all the MS solutions and have even gone as far as re-loading the default "compatibility" GP template on the server (making all options "Undefined"), then refreshing the policy on the clients with no success. The errors do not seem to be affecting usability at all on the network. Anyone else?
 

DarrenW

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Simple AD (only root domain) with no trusts. I assume the problem is related to either authentication or perhaps IPSEc but haven't resolved it yet. I hadn't seen that particular MSKB article and will check into it's suggestions, I'm also going to check into permissions on the SYSVOL share. I'll post back my findings.
 

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After allot of MSKB Article reading on SYSVOL... I repaired the problem with KB Article ID: 324800. Basically reset user rights for GPO. Working now.
 
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