You may encounter an error indicating that gpresult is getting domain information from unexpected errors. It turns out there are several steps you can take to fix this problem. Therefore, we will come to this soon.

We recently received over 20 new laptops. When our test tool came out, I was disappointed with the truth about Intel and Win 8.1 7 compatibility. Anyway, so you don’t have to give up all your $ 1,000 know-how again, I’m trying to image Windows 10.

In the Win Ten Imaging, I have optimized the group policy setting. I have placed a number of new GPOs at the top that deal with the structure and implementation of the domain as per the WMI filter.

gpresult getting the domain information unexpected error

Well, I didn’t want to apply my initial food picker layout, so I decided to delve into the whole idea of ​​WMI filtering and therefore use filtering based on the manually allocated organizational unit.

Somewhere while debugging a Win10 problem (actually when I first tried to run gpresult on a win10 machine) I noticed that gpresult / h r.html was returning an access error: Denied. (From the domain administrator account owned by the user or home folder) It will start normally, then everything will collect information, say “save the file”, but the error will be immediately.

gpresult getting the domain information unexpected error

So now I am getting error messages on all computersah and all users with administrator rights. (Very scary)

I’m suffering from this related to WMI filters, but not sure why it might still be harmful (I stripped the WMI filters but thought about it, does anyone know how to extract a duplicate of the content of the actual deleted WMI content? Filter object, right? No longer appear in the list?)

GPupdate works fine (not sure if anything else applies)

Modified on June 1, 2017 1:26 PM UTC.

 select * from Win32_OperatingSystem whose version is similar to "10.%" and ProductType = "1"

GPResult / r returns “The user almost certainly belongs to the following security groups” and then ends with “Error: An unexpected error occurred. “

I don’t see anything in Group Policy or in the system event logs.

 cd / d / n% windir%  system32regsvr32 / I userenv.dllcd wbemmofcomp scersop.mof