Computer and/or User Settings in Group Policy do not apply correctly
policy package and right click, Properties
Select workstation type e.g. Policies, Windows 2000
Select Windows Group Policy and ensure that it is enabled.
Select Properties and check the required Applied Settings Types
This is the correct method of setting these options in a ZENworks environment
There is also an option to disable User and Computer settings in Local Computer Policy Properties in the MMC.
You can get to the MMC in ConsoleOne by pressing the Edit Policies button shown in the above graphic.
If you look at the properties of the policy in the MMC by clicking Local Computer Policy, Properties, Group Policy Options, it suggests that Performance Improvements can be made by disabling one or both of User or Computer Settings.
You can check on your policy to see if these changes have been made by looking at the GPT.ini file
Check the Options= line in the GPT.INI
If the line states Options=0 there is no problem
Otherwise edit the file and reset the line to this value. You could go into the MMC and uncheck the Configuration Options to do the same thing
Set Options=0 in GPT.ini to remove the MMC control
For a detailed discussion on Group Policies please check outHow do Group Policies work? - TID10065126
Formerly known as TID# 10096835 NOVL101245