Xp not updating group policy
Even if you have administrative access to the computer you use, the IT folks are not going to be very happy to find out you’ve been overriding their Group Policy deployments (and if none of the web browsers at work are updating properly, you should bring it to their attention by showing them this article so they can fix it).Have administrative access and about 10-15 minutes to follow along? While you can potentially fix the problem by diving into the Windows Registry and altering some registry keys and deleting others, we’re not going to instruct you using that method.Sets the number of seconds to wait for policy processing to finish. Examples include user-targeted Software Installation and Folder Redirection. Causes a logoff after the Group Policy settings have been refreshed, which is required for those client-side extensions that do not process policy on a background refresh cycle but do process it when a user logs on.You can specify this for the user, computer or both using the /Target parameter.The /Force and /Wait parameters will be ignored if specified.If your Chrome installation has this hiccup wherein the automatic/manual updating is disabled, you’ll find the following screen when you navigate to About -Update failed (error: 7) An error occurred while checking for updates: Google Chrome or Google Chrome Frame cannot be updated due to inconsistent Google Update Group Policy settings.Use the Group Policy Editor to set the update policy override for the Google Chrome Binaries application and try again; see J9g V for details.
The Group Policy Editor is only available to Windows Pro and above users (e.g.
Windows savvy user or a system administrator, that’s a huge request to make of you.