A Group Policy Object is corrupt. Rule

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Alert Details

Message Priority Severity
A Group Policy Object is corrupt. Medium Warning

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Summary

UserEnv experienced an error applying Group Policy to the domain controller. Group Policy must be applied successfully for domain controllers to function properly because domain controllers get several critical permissions, such as Access this computer from network, through policy.

Because of the architecture of UserEnv, Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) is unable to directly report the specific problem.

Sample Event:

GPO %1 does not have a file system path defined. The gPCFileSysPath property must have a UNC path to the GPO storage location on the SysVol.

Causes

This may be caused by replication problems in the Active Directory® directory service.

Resolutions

To enable UserEnv logging, see Knowledge Base article 221833, “How to Enable User Environment Debug Logging in Retail Builds of Windows,” at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=25636. The log file provides details for the specific error.

External References

See Also for Active Directory (AD) Monitoring Management Pack


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