Fix Event ID 8194 Error Code 0x8007000d

Monday, July 7, 2014

How to Fix Event ID 8194 Error Code 0x8007000d The client-side extension could not remove computer policy settings for 'GP_ID {33B49000-0E8B-4714-9494-3FF19F7A8B95}' because it failed with error code '0x8007000d The data is invalid.' See trace file for more details.       Full error: One reason is corrupt or malformed XML file on local machine. You need to clear the Group Policy cache on the local server, here hot to do it: 1) start>run > %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Microsoft\Group Policy\History. 2) Delete all the sub folders. (don`t worry :)) 3) run Gpupdate /force, and wait to see sub folders show up again. end.
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Script: Add/Remove a Domain User to/from Local Administrators Group

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Add Domain User from Local Administrator Group So you need to add a domain user to local administrators group. Besides the fact that you expose the organization, computer, and the various security risks. Here are a few ways to do this. There are a number of ways to add domain user to local administrator group.  I'll show how to do this with a simple script ===SCRIPT BEGIN=== net localgroup administrators MyDomain.local\%username% /add ===SCRIPT END===   Just copy this script, change the domain name and run through Login Script. Remove Domain User from Local Administrator Group As you've seen above, the script adds a domain user local administrators group. You...
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Administrative Templates (.admx) for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Administrative Templates (.admx) for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Group Policy tools use Administrative template files to populate policy settings in the user interface. This allows administrators to manage registry-based policy settings. This download includes the Administrative templates released for Windows Server 2012 R2, in the multiple languages. Download
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