Group policies not updating
Microsoft has provided great guidelines and tools in order to troubleshoot.
Let’s look at the top ten issues that can stop Group Policy from being applied.
This means that if you have a WMI checking a user only setting, you can’t scope your GPO only to computers.
If the GPO configures a user side setting, it needs to be linked to the OU containing the correct user. Microsoft has made constant improvements to it since Windows 2000.It allows for the configuration and deployment of pretty much anything in your Active Directory environment.GPO on Windows Server 2012R2 is not working with Windows 10 computers, one of my friend has setup-ed a new environment with domain controller and Windows 10 workstations, users have no access to the desktops, they cannot even delete the icons on their PC, even local admin access has not fixed the issue and they have faced password policy issues, when user tried to change their password with all complex as per current policy, getting an error message that it’s not complex enough and doesn’t have enough characters.Also Read: Group policy is not applying/working after patching (GPO Permission issues) No issues are reported on the normal check out, default domain policy has all the necessary settings which are not reaching the Windows 10 machines, while troubleshooting the issue found they haven’t imported the Windows 10 Group Policy Templates to there Windows Server 2012 R2 Domain Controllers, so the Local logon DC can’t even communicate with Windows 10 Machines via GPO How to check the Windows 10 System is the GPO’s are applied from DC?
There are certain cases where you can do some crazy linking. Remember, GPOs cannot be linked to an OU that just contains security groups. By default, a GPO is filtered to authenticated users.