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Group Policy Changing by it self

By william ·
Hello,

I am finding on several machines that several group plocies have changed. The following changed that I am aware of:


-Change password button is enabled. (but correctly set in GP) (we have it set to disabled)
-shutdown is disabled so you have to log in to shut the system down
-last user name appears. (we have set to disable)

This is on Domain environment using Linux servers.

Any help would be appreciated, I have been looking at this for a couple weeks and found nothing, everything I find comes out false. Also these do not happen immediately after running updates (WSUS and Windows).


Mahalo,
Will
Honolulu Community College,
Technical Desktop Support

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GP Update

by Wizard-09 In reply to Group Policy Changing by ...

On the machine that hosts the problem run this from the command line CMD gpupdate /force this will update the gp that is in place try it see what happens see if the problems go away.

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Group Policy Changing by it self

by william In reply to GP Update

We have done that, it does not work. We are running on linux servers, not windows. On some machines, after we change the settings back manually, it changes back to what it is not supposed to be. Thanks for the suggestion tho

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pygnun

by william In reply to Group Policy Changing by ...

I thinking it could have been a virus, but I cannot find any info on it. Any one heard of this

pygnun.exe
pygnun.au3

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virus

by william In reply to pygnun

i think it was this. McAffee just picked it up yesterday
W32/Autorun.worm.zf.gen

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poblem solved

by william In reply to virus

W32/Autorun.worm.zf.gen
Type Virus
SubType Generic Worm
Discovery Date 12/08/2008
Length Minimum DAT 5458 (12/08/200
Updated DAT 5458 (12/08/200
Minimum Engine 5.2.00
Description Added 12/08/2008
Description Modified 12/08/2008 10:32 AM (PT)

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