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This will run a GPUpdate /force on all computer objects in the OU selected and any child OUs and will refresh both the computer and user policies. This method, requires Server 2012, or Windows 8 with the remote server administration tools.The following command will retrieve the computer objects from the Servers OU and run the Invoke-GPUpdate against them.Microsoft Group Policy is powerful way to automate configuration of machines and user settings for anything attached to the domain.This article assumes you are familiar with Group Policy and the process of creating, editing, linking, and filtering those group policy objects. I will start with the more basic steps, and then get into the less-likely-but-more-complex aspects of troubleshooting.To solve issues related to the MS16-072, it is To get an overview of the affected policies, Ian Farr “Po Sh Chap” from Microsoft’s Global Business Support group, have created a Power Shell script that queries all GPO’s and output colored warnings for the policies where the Security Filtering must be adjusted to avoid issues related to the MS16-072 update.

If the computer can access and retrieve the latest policy, now we will force the computer to apply all settings.Configure Automatic Updates for option 4-Auto download and schedule the install. You shouldn't need to install WSUS unless you're also changing the update server setting.What happens if you run the Group Policy Results wizard against one of the affected machines?That will tell you, at least, which group policy settings are being applied.Thanks, this helped and let us find an issue with our domain controllers.

If the computer can access and retrieve the latest policy, now we will force the computer to apply all settings.Configure Automatic Updates for option 4-Auto download and schedule the install. You shouldn't need to install WSUS unless you're also changing the update server setting.What happens if you run the Group Policy Results wizard against one of the affected machines?That will tell you, at least, which group policy settings are being applied.Thanks, this helped and let us find an issue with our domain controllers.We had one that was retired, but it was still listed as a domain controller and causing issues with propagation of group policy.