c) The Distributed File System (DFS) client has been disabled.
To diagnose the failure, review the event log or run GPRESULT /H from the command line to access information about Group Policy results.
For some reason, systems running Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 x64 are not updating the computer policy - but it will update the user policy successfully.
I have not tried on Windows 7 x32, but I assume I would get a similar error.
This issue may be transient and could be caused by one or more of the following: a) Name Resolution/Network Connectivity to the current domain controller.
b) File Replication Service Latency (a file created on another domain controller has not replicated to the current domain controller).
When we’ll be done with our testing, we’ll let those updates flow in, or perhaps we never will, it all depends on what we see fit at that time.
In this article I will show you an easy way to disable automatic Adobe Reader XI updates from running per users requests.
Many system administrators have encountered this at least once in our lifetime, or should I say at least once a week: We constantly find ourselves trying to control our network and environment, protecting it from malware, constantly keeping it up to date, and in many cases also protecting it from users that can be blamed for our hair loss among many other things.
One of these struggles is to keep our software, operating systems, and hardware up to date with the latest patches, fixes, or service packs.
Both have the ability to push down User, Computer, and Security settings.
However, to push them down, the checkbox must be checked.
If you open now the Adobe Reader application and you click on Help menu, you will see those updates are available.