Gpo not updating xp pro
The default lock screen and the user sign-in screen.
The changes you made via GPO probably are changing the default lock screen but that only seems to show at startup or when a user logs out.
First, it looks like you have "Do not display the lock screen" enabled Second, I would do on the client computer when troubleshooting these issues is goto the client computer and do the following: 1. Check to see if the GPO has been applied and not filtered out (gpresult /r) 3.
Check the RSOP (Resultant Set of Policies) - Open MMC, Add RSOP, right-click and choose Generate RSOP data, browse for the settings 4.
Check the registry entries on the local machine that the Group Policy should have changed. 3.) All shows correct as per how I set it in GPO manager.
Look at the settings in HKLM\Software\Policies\Mic @Adam I have removed the "Do not display the lock screen" setting now. 4.) Registry setting show the correct image path but it does not set the image on the lock screen. \domain.local\sysvol\scre @Adam Please see screenshot from the PC I am using for testing. I have changed the image path from network shares to this local folder. Ok, I did some research on this, and apparently after the anniversary update from Microsoft (1607), this is not a function that is not available for Windows 10 Pro, only Windows 10 Enterprise: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/itpro/windows/manage/group-policies-for-enterprise-and-education-editions There are some hacks out there, such as turning off the windows spotlight, and replacing the default img100that is usually used as the lock screen, and then changing folder permissions for \System Data, but I will just point you to this discussion which is pretty thorough.
Removing this group policy fixed the issue on a lot of computers, but we still had too many computers that where not compliant. Powershell was once again used for detection method of this application.
That was easy enough to fix by going here and updating my Administrative Template.Another one : On the above screen, under Administrative Templates / System right-click on " Display Shutdown Event Tracker" and select properties.Select Disabled to prevent Windows from asking for a reason why you are shuting down Win2003 Server.Windows Server 2012 Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) has a new feature that allows administrators to remotely force a Group Policy refresh on all computers in an Active Directory (AD) Organizational Unit (OU).Additionally, there’s also a new Power Shell cmdlet (Invoke-GPUpdate) that allows you to do the same thing programmatically, with the advantage of being able to target the default Once the new GPO is linked to your domain, you’ll need to wait for Group Policy to refresh on all devices to which it applies before you can reliably force a remote update using GPMC.