Re: Group Policy Client Service
I used the DVD to restore to a last known point and worked.
"Mike Brannigan" wrote:
> "mrlinx" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Hi!
> > I was developing an application using VS.NET 2005, and debugging some code
> > on Security Permissions for Registry access and all the sudden the IDE
> > crashed. Because I couldn't reopen VS.NET, I restarted the computer.
> > At the Logon screen, it now says: "The Group Policy Client service failed
> > to
> > logon. Access is denied".
> > I can't go using safe mode, last know good configuration, directory
> > repair,
> > etc. Always the same error.
> > This computer only a have local account.
> > His there any solution to this problem?
> > PS: I wanted to find the logs, but can't find a way to logon.
> If you have catastrophically impacted the security settings such that a key
> system component such as the Group Policy Client service is unable to start,
> then you may have a problem..
> [The GPC service is required to process local group policy and is a new
> service for Windows Vista since he old client policy service was part of Win
> Logon and thus was a potential cause of instability in XP]
> If the machine will not start in safe mode etc then you should try booting
> from the DVD and using the Windows Repair Environment, if that fails then
> you will probably be forced to reinstall the OS. Your data should be safe,
> but you may have to reinstall your applications and development tools.
> Mike Brannigan