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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Group Policies won't work

I have configured group policies in Zenworks and places my users in via the
relationship tab as well as used the assign policy to the user. My machines
do not change upon login.

I finally set up a openwindows policy for the computers and put computers in
as needed to get to their control panel. However, I have to increment the
version and then refresh zen over and over and I may have enough time to get
to the control panel, but then it closes down before I can uninstall
anything especially zen 10.

I cannot get policies to work on any zen 10 station. I have them set up on
zen 7 with no problem. Any help would be great.

Tresa Twenter
Green Ridge R-VIII School
Technology Coordinator
(660) 527-3315
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rroncme Absent Member.
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Re: Group Policies won't work

Are the agents showing the policies and their status under the agent properties window from the system tray?

RDR

Ron Robertson Unsuspecting Novell Test Pilot for Not Ready for Enterprise Systems MCNE, MCSE, CCNA, CCA, PDQ, SOS,
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Group Policies won't work

Yes. They say they are working fine, but they don't work.

Tresa Twenter
Green Ridge R-VIII School
Technology Coordinator
(660) 527-3315
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kipper01 Absent Member.
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Re: Group Policies won't work

Same issue here
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