Event submitted by dejanzdr
Event ID:
1065
Source:
Userenv

Message:
Windows cannot perform filter check for Group Policy object CN={<GUID>}CN=PoliciesCN=SystemDC=DOMAINDC=local. Group Policy processing aborted.






Solution by dejanzdr

2011-11-17 04:47:07 UTC

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. A message that describes the reason for this was previously logged by the policy engine.

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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