0x80070020 Group Policy
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Nidhin CK Sent: Friday, April 5, 2013 2:17 PM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: [ActiveDir] GPO error: the process cannot access the file because it is passed Checking for minimum FRS version requirement ... So what an earth to do next? > > "Paul Bergson" wrote: > >> Just make sure you understand each step as you do it. If you need immediate assistance please contact technical support. have a peek at this web-site
Trying again! In a well-designed site topology with sufficient DC capacity, the load should be evenly spread across all DCs.
Outside of that, it could have just been random luck/chance passed Checking for Replica Set configuration triggers... When I open a GPO and try to save it, I > get > a message displayed "The Group Policy snapin was unable to save your > changes > due to
0x80070020 Group Policy
Search All Articles About Us Company Partners Resources Knowledge Base Download Software Technical Documentation Training and Certification Professional Services Related AppAssure Licensing Portal Licensing Assistance Renew Support Social Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Continue × Unexpected Error We encountered an unexpected error retrieving your information. Hmm, I'll check the AV. Just follow the steps I have done it several times w/o incident.
As of now we didn't change any background refresh interval.. >> Is there any way to find out which process is locking this GPO.. OK × Contact Support Your account is currently being set up. I really do not want to go through the > > process of reloading 3 servers! > > THANKS~~!! > > > > > Guest, May 10, 2006 #3 Advertisements Exception From Hresult: 0x80070020 Check if > Ntfrs is registered with the End-Point-Mapper on target server!)" : >
what does it mean? Lab > > environment, everything fresh. Do you know how to troubleshoot this issue. [Inline image 1] when i search for handles of gpo guid using process explorer , i found below tokens.. Check if > Ntfrs is registered with the End-Point-Mapper on target server!)" : >
Then a CAB file will be generated called %COMPUTERNAME%_MPSReports.CAB. The Process Cannot Access The File Because It Is Being Used However, I have the same problem (error message) when I have the computer disconnected from the network and Comodo AV and FW are not running. I tried to make those test and results are listed below: UItrasound fails to install WMI to DC that the software is running but is able to install to remote DC. You can find the CAB file above and please send it to me. Use Windows Live SkyDrive (http://www.skydrive.live.com/) to upload the file and then give me the download address.
- passed > > Checking for suspicious inlog entries ...
- If you want to reset it back to the point of initial install try the following.
- But I do have another admin account that I've not logged on with previously, so I'm giving that a whirl .. *sometimes I wonder exactly how I got into IT, and
- Open My Computer, browse to the "%systemroot%\MPSReports\Setup\Logs\CAB" folder.
- Latest ones (up to 3) listed > above > Found 11 ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED error(s)!
Error (0x80070020) Occurred Saving Settings File Gpo
passed Checking for errors in debug logs ... All Rights Reserved. 0x80070020 Group Policy You can find the tool here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896655.aspx You basically type the path of the file as the parameter, pipe the output to a file, and look for a process that might Error Occurred Saving Settings File Could anyone give any pointers?
User Configuration Administrative Templates System Group Policy Change the following policy "Group Policy domain controller selection" Enable this and set it to use "Use any available domain controller" Close gpedit.msc and Check This Out If this error persists, please contact Support. Check DNS records being > > returned, Check if FRS is currently running on the target server. passed (with 1 warning(s)) Checking for appropriate staging area size ... Error Occurred Saving Settings File Group Policy
If it >>>> continues, then I suspect a more systemic problem, perhaps related to 1 or >>>> 2 above.* >>>> >>>> * * >>>> >>>> Darren >>>> >>>> * * >>>> There are no >> errors >> in event logs. All tests that dcdiag and repadmin can run pass. Source Please try again later or contact support for further assistance.
ERROR on NtFrs_0001.log : "ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED" :
they said this issue is because of this 2bytes offset ..
but who is locking registry.pol file? Darren From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Nidhin CK Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 1:34 PM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: [ActiveDir] GPO error: the process cannot access the file because it http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;315457 Also it seems one of your dc's is running out of disk space on the system drive, you should fix that. failed 2 > > Checking for errors in Directory Service Event Log ....
Bottom line is if you are using R2, do not install SAV v10.0.2!! "Darren Mar-Elia (MVP)" wrote: > Clearly some process has a handle on the files in the GPT (SYSVOL NtFrs 9.8.2006 2:05:41 Error 13570 The File Replication Service has detected that the volume hosting the path c: is low on disk space. and most of the times we are getting this 2bytes offset from Widows XP Sp3 machines.Other frames are greater that 2bytes. have a peek here Michael.
If you click Quit, the application will close immediately."The process cannot access the file 'C:\xxxx\xxxx.xxx' because the it is being used by another process."I have closed every file, application and service Outside of that, it could have just been random luck/chance that you were editing that GPO when some machines were trying to read it. Check if > > Ntfrs is registered with the End-Point-Mapper on target server!)" : > >
In a well-designed site topology with sufficient DC >> capacity, the load should be evenly spread across all DCs. * >> >> Outside of that, it could have just been random Do you know how to troubleshoot this issue. [image: Inline image 1] when i search for handles of gpo guid using process explorer , i found below tokens.. Another weird > thing was that on Detailed step 5, one DC reported that "Source domain is > linked to C:\Windows\sysvol\domain?" (yes, with the question mark!!!), and > another DC did Edited by J Westerman Tuesday, July 31, 2012 10:28 PM Tuesday, July 31, 2012 9:59 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Now open up gpedit.msc on the problematic
Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Facebook Twitter Google Things I have checked, making sure the DC has the correct permissions and is the PDC and checking where the GPO is trying to pull from / save. Check >> > if >> > Ntfrs is registered with the End-Point-Mapper on target server!)" : >> >
Trying again! I still have the > > above error when trying to change GPO. Files may not > replicate until disk space is made available on this volume. You can find the CAB file above and please send it to me. Use Windows Live SkyDrive (http://www.skydrive.live.com/) to upload the file and then give me the download address.
Please contact Support for further assistance. passed >> > Checking for Replica Set configuration triggers... http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319440 few days back we tried the handle.exe but couldn't find any results i will try once again On Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 12:09 PM, Michael Dubinsky
passed (with 1 warning(s)) >> > Checking for appropriate staging area size ... Check DNS records being > returned, Check if FRS is currently running on the target server.