Tag Archives: GPO

Windows GPO bug (copy/move) caused by Sept. 2022 update confirmed by Microsoft

[German]Since Microsoft released its cumulative (security) updates for Windows on September 13, 2022, copying or moving files via Group Policy (GPO) no longer works. I had addressed this here on the blog. Now a blog reader has provided me with … Continue reading

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Backup and update your central Windows ADMX store

[German]I'm going to post a topic here on the blog that affects administrators of Windows systems in companies. How do you actually make sure that the central ADMX store for Windows group policies always stays up to date and can … Continue reading

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How to find weak passwords in Active Directory and eliminate them with PowerShell

[Sponsored Post]Weak or compromised passwords are a known gateway for attackers. If you are able to identify which users in Active Directory (AD) are threatened by this, then PowerShell can help to remedy it. However, PowerShell scripts cannot eliminate basic AD deficits, other tools are needed for this. More ...

Windows 10: Update KB4571756 causes an error in group policy editor

[German]I'll take up the topic, which was raised by a blog reader, here. After September 2020 patchday and installing update KB4571756)the reader gets an error in the group policy editor that the SetProxyBehaviorForUpdateDetection element is not found – but under … Continue reading

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Windows 10 and the background Group Policy refresh

[German]Today a topic for Windows administrators, which can cause trouble. It's about updating group policies in the background, a problem that a blog reader brought to my attention. Advertising

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Windows 10 V1909 and a possible GPO Issue – Part 2

[German]In Windows 10 November 2019 Update (Version 1909), there appears to be an issue with Group Policies, because they cannot be enabled reliably. I already mentioned this a few days ago. Now I have received new information from an affected … Continue reading

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