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(policy #xxx-xxxxx-xxxxAdminetres.adm on line 158 Error # 51 Unexpected Keyword Found: SUPPORTED Expected: KEYNAME, VALUENAME, PART, VALUEON, VALUEOFF, ACTIONLIST the File cannot be loaded.I click Ok, then I get a second less threatening warning about an entry in the [strings] section is too long and has been truncated. (IPV6, PNRP). I click Ok, both errors come up a second time, and then I can do my work without any other warnings. Group Policy across the enterprise is working fine. I do not get this error if I administer GPOs from my XP SP1 client with the adminpak.
I do have two 2003 member servers. A tech loaded the administration tools on one of them without permission and did make changes in GP on that machine. Since the errors I have removed the administrative tools from the 2003 member server. Since no one is offering a fix, or even familiarity with this problem, I'm asking if deleting the SYSVOLpolicynumberAdminetres.adm that is generating the error is safe.
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