Windows XP Embedded and GPO settings

We’re currently having a weird issue (which we had before); the Windows XP Embedded powering our Wyse V90’s isn’t applying any GPO settings if you log on with a user that has a configured profile.

Googling (is that a valid word yet ?!) for it, only resulted in one useful link, which is apparently a guy with the exact same problem … *shrug* I’m completely out of ideas by now, as I don’t even have a place to start (as in where the reason might be located).

Well, I do have a place to start with (that’s the local Events Viewer), which indeed lists some errors, but only such errors which ain’t making any sense. For example I see this:

  • Userenv:1086 – “Windows cannot do loopback processing for downlevel or local users. Loopback processing will be disabled.
  • SceCli:1704 – “Security policy in the Group policy objects has been applied successfully.
  • Userenv:1085 – “The Group Policy client-side extension Folder Redirection failed to execute. Please look for any errors reported earlier by that extension.

3 thoughts to “Windows XP Embedded and GPO settings”

  1. For the Userenv:1085 error: are the permissions on the folders correct where you want to redirect them to?

    The Userenv:1086 is more or less informational as per eventid.net
    It basically says that your user is not part of the domain, AFAICS.

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