[Samba] GPO not getting updated on Windows 10
Anantha Raghava H A
raghav at exzatech.net
Fri Aug 11 02:48:45 UTC 2023
Our Domain controller environment is working for over 6 years without a
break. It started with Samba Version 4.6.5 and today running 4.18.5. We
have only Windows 10 clients across our organisation.
Off late, we have observed that GPOs are not getting updated when we
change some GPOs and link them to some specific OUs. For example,
previously, we had not allowed one specific network path to one
particular OU and we controlled it through GPO due to organisation
decisions, we had to allow the network path to this OU as well and hence
the GPO was modified.
Despite running gpupdate / force several times, it is observed that the
changed GPO is not getting applied and the network path is still being
blocked. We even checked by delinking all GPO for this particular OU and
the same old GPOs are getting reapplied.
Initially, we thought, there could be a problem in gpupdate /force may
not be working properly and did checks using commands like "sfc
/scannow" and the result is everything was fine on the PCs. But gpupdate
/force continues to apply old policies.
We even checked sysvol with samba-tool and everything seems to be fine
there as well.
We are now unable to figure out where the problem could be. Samba side
or Windows client side? Or is it a GPO linking problem?
PS: We are using Windows Server 2019 for RSAT and to Edit GPO.
Thanks & Regards,
Anantha Raghava H A
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