Even so, Group Policy may be something you find of value.
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The most common issue with Group Policy is a setting not being applied.
The first place to check is the Scope Tab on the Group Policy Object (GPO).
It allows for the configuration and deployment of pretty much anything in your Active Directory environment.
From deploying software to setting the default printer, it works.
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I then went on to resolve the matching Sus Client Id issue.
Group policy will apply if it is a domain account, regardless of physical connection to the network that the domain resides on.
Try logging in as the local administrator and see if that alleviates the problem. I have a Windows 8 laptop physically removed from the domain, re-assigned to a local workgroup, the domain user account deleted, and am logged in as a local admin.
If you are configuring a computer side setting, make sure the GPO is linked to the Organization Unit (OU) that contains the computer.
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