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Could not get Net BIOSDomain Name Failed can not test for HOST SPN Failed can not test for HOST SPN Starting test: Sys Vol Check [DC1] An net use or Lsa Policy operation failed with error 53, The network path was not found.. DC1 failed test Sys Vol Check Starting test: Net Logons [DC1] An net use or Lsa Policy operation failed with error 53, The network path was not found.. DC1 failed test Net Logons The following error may be found in DCDIAG, Event Viewer, or when attempting to apply group policy via GPUPDATE /FORCE: The processing of Group Policy failed.
Windows attempted to read the file \DC1hattansystems.com\sysvol\DC1hattansystems.com\Policies\from a domain controller and was not successful.
Group Policy settings may not be applied until this event is resolved.
Anyone that manages Group Policy probably knows about the utility that ships with Windows.
Two of the three sites are revieving policy updates.
We have used GPupdate /force to try to pull the update down manually, GPResult and GPMC to verify which policies were recieved.
But gpupdate also has a number of other switches that can prove useful and those are the ones I want to cover here.
Below is a list of all of the commands available in Specops Gpupdate Professional.
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The following prerequisites need to be met to successfully execute the command: # send Wake On Lan request to all workstations Get-Specops ADComputer -Name: Work Station* | Start-Specops Computer # send Wake On Lan request to all workstations # and wait for them to start Get-Specops ADComputer -Name: Work Station* | Start-Specops Computer -Wait For Start ` -Wait For Start Seconds:60 ` -Error Variable:not Started # if there where errors, this gives us the failing computers $not Started Computers = $not Started | foreach # if we later on will check if the non-started computers has started, # we can run $not Started Computers | Ping-Specops Computer # Skip DHCP lookup for all computers that have entries in the # Network file on the format # Name, IPAddress, Mac Address, Subnet Mask # Computer1,192.168.0.5,aabbccddeeff,255.255.255.0 # ...