Group Policy processing failed. Unable to read the file \\...\...\...\gpt.ini

Andrea Mattia 0 Reputation points
Error ID 1058:

Group Policy processing failed. Unable to read the file \\domain_name.local\SysVol\domain_name.local\Policies\{2145A3B4-67D2-48CA-8520-507D2417FAC9}\gpt.ini from a domain controller. Group Policy settings will probably not be applied until the problem is fixed. The problem may be transient and due to one or more of the following causes:
a) Name resolution failure or network connectivity problem with the current domain controller.
b) File Replication latency (a file created on another domain controller was not replicated to the current domain controller).

Non trovo più le cartelle e i file nel percorso della cartella sysvol, posso ricreare manualmente i percorsi oppure c'è una procedura per farlo dal sistema?
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  1. Daisy Zhou 14,886 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hello Andrea Mattia,

    I am glad to answer this question for you and hope it helps you.

    1.Ensure that the current domain controller has normal name resolution and a stable network connection. Check DNS settings and network connectivity and make sure that the domain controller is able to communicate properly over the network.

    2.Check for missing files or folders in the sysvol folder. If they are found to be missing, you can try to manually create the appropriate folders and files. Note that the manual creation of Group Policy files and folders needs to follow the correct naming convention and the content needs to be consistent with the corresponding files on other domain controllers.

    3.If the problem persists, it may be due to file replication delays. Wait for some time for the files to be synchronized and replicated between domain controllers. Try to apply the Group Policy settings again later.

    4.Check if any program or tool has deleted the relevant files from the system. If you find any files deleted by mistake, try to restore or reinstall the appropriate program and make sure the files are complete and correct.

    I hope the information above is helpful.

    If you have any question or concern, please feel free to let us know.

    Best Regards,
    Daisy Zhou


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  2. Andrea Mattia 0 Reputation points


    The sysvol folder is empty, and It's only 1 domain controller.

    I have no backup of the sysvol folder,

    so is there a methot to recreate the sysvol file and folder contains?

    Which is the best method to resolve the issue?

    Thanks a lot

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