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I have never seen anything like this, anyone got some idea's. You say if you log into their pc everything works like it should. Is it configured for user or computer configuration? If you think the number of posts you have coincides with your status you are wrong. If your post doesn't help the requester and only starts a flame war think before replying.
Have you tried having one of them log into your pc? If you are moderator and contribute to these things you should have your privileges revoked.
The only downside to using this command is that the clients will get a CMD screen pop up like below.
Group Policy, an administrative tool introduced in Windows 2000, determines how programs, network resources, and operating system behave for users and computers in an organization.
Even when you Change Group Policy Refresh Interval and set it at 0 minutes, the computer tries to update Group Policy every 7 seconds.
However, the updating of Group Policy depends upon the resources that have been modified and may vary according to the priority.
You can update an individual OU or a parent OU and it will update all sub OUs.To run this on a remote computer you can use the Ps Exec command from the Sysinternals tool set.Here is an example of using Ps Exec to remotely update group policy Just replace Computername with the actual hostname of the computer.If we let Group Policy be updated after the user has been logged out, then the system will save on some resources. Read: How to force Group Policy Update in Windows 10. Press Windows Key R combination, type put Regedt32in Run dialog box and hit Enter to open the Registry Editor. Navigate to this registry key: An Electrical Engineer by profession, Kapil is a Microsoft MVP and a Microsoft Content Creator.This is an option given in Windows, and should you wish to change this setting, for some reason, this is how to go about it. In the above window, selecting Enabled will let the computer refresh Group Policy objects after the computer is being logged out by the user rather than refreshing the same while the computer is in use. Please read the entire post & the comments first & create a system restore point before making any changes to your system.