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There are pitfalls to using group policy objects that may not be obvious. One of the errors that can be logged on workstations that have GPOs applied to them unsuccessfully is Event ID 1000. This error is notoriously vague, but the most common reason is:
a. The history key in the registry has been deleted
b. A registry entry has incorrect permissions applied to it
c. Missing or damaged registry entries
d. Both b and c
e. The FCC has removed an offensive registry entry
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