Make sure the DC is not pointing to the server that is turned off for DNS. Also make sure that TCP/IP Net BIOS Helper Service is running, then logged off and logged back in. Please update on how exactly did you resolve this issue. "computer policy could not be updated successfully".
Updating local policy with regedit
Khan /db /verbose Faraz and Awinish, Do either of you know HOW I actually contact MS to get this hotfix?
When I click on the obtain hotfix link in the upper left hand corner, it only gives me the ability to request the hotfix related to Windows VIsta and not Server 2008. The command executed with errors however and I have attached them to this comment.
Faraz, I tried going through the registry just to have a look for any differences the keys contained in the parameters folder of the lanmanworkstation Reg.
keys and they are already set to what they need to be.
Using the GPO results wizard from the domain controllers, I get the following error under 'Component Services' when I execute GPO results against the member server (using any user): Group Policy Infrastructure failed due to the error listed below. Note: Due to the GP Core failure, none of the other Group Policy components processed their policy.
Consequently, status information for the other components is not available. Review the Policy Events tab in the console or the application event log for events between 11/14/2009 AM and 11/14/2009 AM.Last week I wanted to try the new Share Point 2013 SP1 and, as I never install Share Point without using Power Shell scripts, I tried using the awesome Auto SPInstaller to install my Share Point.When Windows Server 201 R2 came out, the twitter sphere said that nothing changed except the Execution Policy was “Remote Signed”.Apply the hotfix on wind 2k8 server & restart the server. Awinish, thank you for the hotfix, I have copied it to the machine and installed it.I wish I had good news for you but sadly, the hotfix has done nothing to solve my problem :( I am still failing to update the computer configuration settings in group policy.The GPO in question is the Default Domain Policy (which I have not altered in any way).