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GPO Startup script working on 1803 but not on 1909?


Robert Madrian

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Hello,

 

we are preparing a new master with W10 1909 and now have the problem that our Startup Script (*.cmd) which is working with our 1803 master are not executed on 1909 - the error in GPO Result is "The system can not find the stated file" (german translation)

we call the startup command file from Networkshare: \\Fileserver\Skripts$\W10XDSTARTUP.cmd

 

 

there are the same Policy but I cannot find the problem - any ideas?

 

are ther more restriced settings/policy in 1909 which I have to take care?

 

robert

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5 hours ago, Robert Madrian said:

Hello,

 

we are preparing a new master with W10 1909 and now have the problem that our Startup Script (*.cmd) which is working with our 1803 master are not executed on 1909 - the error in GPO Result is "The system can not find the stated file" (german translation)

we call the startup command file from Networkshare: \\Fileserver\Skripts$\W10XDSTARTUP.cmd

 

 

there are the same Policy but I cannot find the problem - any ideas?

 

are ther more restriced settings/policy in 1909 which I have to take care?

 

robert

 
 
 
 
 

I'm running into a similar issue.  I;d love to know if you've found a solution.

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On 10/24/2020 at 6:39 AM, Robert Madrian said:

I have removed [{42B5FAAE-6536-11D2-AE5A-0000F87571E3}{40B6664F-4972-11D1-A7CA-0000F87571E3}] in gpt.ini under C:\Windows\System32\GroupPolicy

 

now script is running fine - have to look why this and about side effects ;-)

 
 


Since this controls your GPO provisioning....what have you seen as the side effect so far?  From what I've read, not having this file present should generate a lot of errors/event in the event log.

 

"User folder Stores all GPO settings that are configured under the User Configuration node in the GPO. Gpt. ini file Tracks the GPO version number. The version number changes each time the GPO is modified."

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Until now no side effects - I have not removed the whole file only the entries - now it looks like this:

no errors in the evenetlog...

 

[General]
gPCMachineExtensionNames=[{0D0C7034-2EBD-4A87-A9B9-9015E3F2E6E0}{015F9736-7663-4CA9-B32D-7DDDA0F0E2FB}]     
Version=65538
gPCUserExtensionNames=[{0D0C7034-2EBD-4A87-A9B9-9015E3F2E6E0}{015F9736-7663-4CA9-B32D-7DDDA0F0E2FB}]
 

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