Event submitted by Ryana
Event ID:
1030
Source:
Userenv

Message:
Windows cannot query for the list of Group Policy objects. Check the event log for possible messages previously logged by the policy engine that describes the reason for this.






Solution by dejanzdr

2011-11-17 04:54:32 UTC

Application error ID: 1030 and 1065 Source: Userenv

You may receive the following error events in the Application log:

Log: Application
Type: Error
Event: 1030
Source: Userenv
Description: Windows cannot query for the list of Group Policy objects.

Log: Application
Type: Error
Event: 1065
Source: Userenv
Description: Windows cannot perform filter check for Group Policy object CN={}CN=PoliciesCN=SystemDC=DOMAINDC=local. Group Policy processing aborted.

Cause:
“gPCWQLFilter” attribute has Incorrect Domain name value

Resolution 1:
In my case, the event was related to the “gpresult.exe” file. The “framedyn.dll” file in c:\windows\system32\wbem, was corrupt and prevented the updating of policies. I replaced the file with a copy from another computer, and the event disappeared.

Resolution 2:
We checked the gPCWQLFilter Attribute value using Adsiedit Tool for CN={AF28D61E-2708-4100-AA38-0754B709A042}, CN=Policies, CN=System, DC=Domain, DC=local, gPCWQLFilter has attribute Value [OEMSBSDN-3380.local;{A4B1B2CE-FD58-40FC-9B17-7BB1888DD03A};0] so we Changed it to [Domain.local;{A4B1B2CE-FD58-40FC-9B17-7BB1888DD03A};0]
After making these changes we were able to Link Small Business Server Internet Connection Firewall Policy to PreSp2 WMI Filter under Group Policy Management Console
Run Gpupdate/force to apply the Group Policy Changes



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