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MaxMyg Absent Member.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

Is it "Message Cleanup..." in ZCC? Yes. I've tried.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

MaxMyg;2478075 wrote:
Is it "Message Cleanup..." in ZCC? Yes. I've tried.


Okay, I just tried to acknowledge & delete the messages for one device and it turned "green" again. Maybe a refresh is needed 😉

Thomas
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

In the ZCC, Try going to Configuration->Infrastructure Management->Assignment Optimization Settings and disable.

This can sometimes cause a delay in seeing assignments.
Generally it is only useful in the largest of organizations.
In smaller setups, it can just cause some confusion of what some assignments are not seen right away.

In short, When enabled, pre-calculated assignments for devices and hands those out instead of calculating on the fly.
Calculation usually only takes about 0.1 Seconds....so really does not help much.

If you had 10,000s of devices and all wanted them to update at the exact same time.....even saving 0.1 seconds could be valuable but in normal use case little value is added.
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MaxMyg Absent Member.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

Thanks for you advice Craig!
I've disabled that settings. Anyway that red icon for workstation is visible 2 days already.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

I've also created Bundles to install some MSI packages. When I've uploaded package to ZENworks server everything works fine. Now I'm trying to setup a distribution point via UNC path. I've created windows share with "Domain Computers" read share permissions and "Domain Computers" read/execute NTFS permissions. Am I right? I can see Deployment status as "Pending" for a long time and have no other information about distribution progress.
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MaxMyg Absent Member.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

Sorry. I've chose wrong topic for the question about Bundles...
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MaxMyg Absent Member.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

So one of the bundles at least has been installed 😉 Waiting for second one. As I suppose I'm not used to waiting so long for system feedback 🙂
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

I have received a message "The action grouppolicy (ID:grouppolicy) failed due to the reason : partiallyFailedToEnforcePolicy, however the action is set to continue on failure". How can I discovery the reason?
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MaxMyg Absent Member.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

I've received that message on two desktops. The third desktop (the last one) says nothing but I have another issue with it - no inventory information at all. I have just one Local Group Policy deployed. It looks like policy deployment was successful.
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MaxMyg Absent Member.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

So my third desktop now shows me the same error.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

It's very strange but I receive the message "Message status: Normal. Device status: Bundle and/or policy enforcement failed on one or more items" even for device with no policies and bundles assigned ever. Only "Remote Management Policy" has been applied. But it was applied about a week ago while the message has been received only today.
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Re: Windows Group Policy creation issue

MaxMyg;2478135 wrote:
I have received a message "The action grouppolicy (ID:grouppolicy) failed due to the reason : partiallyFailedToEnforcePolicy, however the action is set to continue on failure". How can I discovery the reason?


Maybe start a new thread as well for this separate issue.

Thomas
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