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SOLVED User configuration group policy is not applying on client system

Vivek Kumar Porwal

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I am doing some configuration changes in user configuration under group policy management and applying on an OU, but the same setting is not applying on my windows 10 client system. The changes made in user configuration group policy is not reflecting in RSOP on client.
 
Have you Review gpupdate? What troubleshooting have you done? Keep in mind that forum are for admins to help other admin, this mean it might take a while for anyone (if ever) to reply.

 
I am doing some configuration changes in user configuration under group policy management and applying on an OU, but the same setting is not applying on my windows 10 client system. The changes made in user configuration group policy is not reflecting in RSOP on client.
What changes are those and is it not working even on a single machine?
 
I am deploying the desktop background by using group policy and I am doing this in user configuration. But as I am applying the GPUPDATE on the systems, it is not applying. Infect whatever setting I am doing in user configuration under group policy, that all are not applying.
What changes are those and is it not working even on a single machine?
 
I am deploying the desktop background by using group policy and I am doing this in user configuration. But as I am applying the GPUPDATE on the systems, it is not applying. Infect whatever setting I am doing in user configuration under group policy, that all are not applying.
Review gpresult for more details.
 
I got the solution for this. If your user configuration group policy is not applying on the client systems, you just need to enable loopback policy. Path is given below:
GPMC-->Computer Configuration-->Policies-->Administrative Templates-->System-->Group Policy-->Configure user group policy loopback processing mode.
In this policy, after click enable, you will get two options: (1) Merge & (2) Replace. Select it as per your requirement.
 
Given it is common for environments to have multiple GPOs with settings under User and Computer in the same GPO Object. Could one separate out the User Configuration Settings and Computer Configuration Settings into Multiple New GPO Objects containing either User Or Computer settings so that one ends up with GPO Object that contain one or the other and not both? Would that solve the issue? I am asking before I go down this rabbit hole.
 

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