Hi all,

3 Primay Servers SLES10sp1 and 1 Data base server with Sysbase. Source eDirectory and ZCM10.1.1

When apply GPO to device all work fine, the problem is when apply de GPO to a user or container. In agent show that de polcy is effective and when execute zac pl and zac pr all is ok, no errors but de policy not is effective and can make changes in control panel...etc.
Then try run gpedt.msc and can see that the c:\windows\system32\ have the correct adm files and correct configuration. This is the problem, in system32 there are correct files but windows dont have efective policy setting.



This is de log file:

[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.281] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [PolicyManager] [] [ApplyPolicies: Applying policies for session ID = 999, realm = DeviceStartup, refreshType = PartialRefresh, forceApply = False, forceCall = False.] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.281] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [PolicyManager] [] [ApplyPolicies: Either user session is null or Device-only mode is enabled or Zen logon module is not present; not applying user policies.] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [ZenCache] [] [(Thread 3) GetObject(PREVIOUSLY_ENFORCED_LIST_1ed3a60d1007b0b 2f0d3c0fe9104d389_DeviceStartup, UserContext{_LocalId=SYSTEM; _RemoteId=1ed3a60d1007b0b2f0d3c0fe9104d389}) called] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [ZenCache] [] [(Thread 3) GetObject returning <not cached> in 0 ms] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [ZenCache] [] [(Thread 3) GetObject(PARTIALLY_ENFORCED_LIST_1ed3a60d1007b0b2 f0d3c0fe9104d389_DeviceStartup, UserContext{_LocalId=SYSTEM; _RemoteId=1ed3a60d1007b0b2f0d3c0fe9104d389}) called] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [ZenCache] [] [(Thread 3) GetObject returning <not cached> in 0 ms] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [PolicyManager] [] [Device assignment, user assignment, previously enforced and previously partially enforced lists are empty.] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [Novell.Zenworks.Tess] [] [EventManager -- EventTrigger for POLICY_REFRESH_COMPLETED has been called.] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [Novell.Zenworks.Tess] [] [EventManager -- EventTrigger for POLICY_REFRESH_COMPLETED has been called.] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [13] [] [ZIconMod] [] [Zicon Module: EventCallBack for policy refresh for ZECP policy: eventID = POLICY_REFRESH_COMPLETED, session = Novell.Zenworks.Zmd.Session.] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.296] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [13] [] [ZIconMod] [] [Zicon Module: Inside realm != null && realm.Length > 0] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.312] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [PolicyManager] [] [JobList: Remove: GUID passed in is "1ed3a60d1007b0b2f0d3c0fe9104d389".] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.312] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [PolicyManager] [] [JobList: Remove: Removing GUID "1ed3a60d1007b0b2f0d3c0fe9104d389".] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.312] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [PolicyManager] [] [Refresh took 00:00:00.0468750 ((d.)hh:mm:ss(.ff)).] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.312] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [RefreshMgr] [] [(Thread=3; SessionId=999; RefreshType=PartialRefresh) Finished Refreshing Policy Manager Module: 40 ms] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.312] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [24] [] [BundleManager] [] [Entering EventCallBack for eventId=POLICY_REFRESH_COMPLETED; sessionId=999] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.312] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [RefreshMgr] [] [(Thread=3; SessionId=999; RefreshType=PartialRefresh) Calling Refresh Handler: QuickTaskRefresh] [] []
[DEBUG] [10/17/2008 08:35:34.312] [1504] [ZenworksWindowsService] [3] [] [ZMD] [] [Getting Session Capability] [] []


Thanks very much in avance,
Jose