Gpupdate vpn not updating

After using the VMWare converter to virtualize my windows server 2003 R2 domain controller, I was getting errors with event ID 10.

I logged on to the machine and saw it needed to be activated. We experienced this error after renaming a domain, using version 1.4 of the Microsoft domain rename tools.

Have been getting the Userenv 10 errors on one of two domain controllers each month for the past 4 months. Have followed many suggesstions and articles, but the only thing that has worked is to run the dfsutil /Purge MUPCache command from the command prompt of the affected DC. Replmon (from Windows Support Tools) has shown me the two versions of the GPO. I've just copied the newer files from server 1 manually to the sysvol folder of server 2 and suddenly the error message was gone!

All the network shares gone, very slow logon on workstations and server, administrator couldn't edit group policies.

When I tried to open the default domain policy, I received several pop-ups: "There is an inconsistency between the GPO Object in SYSVOL and Active Directory. The following comments are applicable to this event with "Access denied" as error code for the group policy (Default for a domain) on a Windows 2003, SP1 domain controller: - Verifying the actual GPT.

INI file revelead that it was not recently updated - Trying to update the group policy using the "gpupdate /force" command produced the 1030/1058 events combination.

The fix was to unfreeze the forest configuration using the "rendom /end" command, and re-run the gpfixup tool that comes with it. In my case, the server started rejecting network traffic.

Rebooting would fix it for a random amount of time, sometimes for hours and sometimes only for minutes.

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