Multiple Group Policy Preferences have been added to the Windows Server 2008 Group Policy Management Console (which are also available through the Remote Server Administration Toolset (RSAT) for Windows Vista SP1). Group Policy Preferences enable information technology professionals to configure, deploy, and manage operating system and application settings they previously were not able to manage using Group Policy. After you install this update, your computer will be able to process the new Group Policy Preference extensions.
For more information on the topic of group policies check out this post…
I’m sure most of you know by now that SP1 for System Center Operations Manager is available for download.
Get it here…
Read all about it here…
However what you may not know yet is a known memory leak occurs on the agents after you install SP1. Check out this KB article for more information.
If you are planning on deploying server 2008 and manage group policies for your company you’ll want to check out this new download from MS.
Here is also a great post on some of the highlights from the new Planning and Deploying Group Policy download.
You have deployed Exchange 2007 with CCR in your environment. You upgrade your Exchange 2007 platform to SP1 and now when you run the Get-StorageGroupCopyStatus command you get an RPC error.
Get-StorageGroupCopyStatus : Microsoft Exchange Replication service RPC failed: Microsoft.Exchange.Rpc.RpcException: Error e0434f4d from cli_GetCopyStatusEx at Microsoft.Exchange.Rpc.Cluster.ReplayRpcClient.GetCopyStatusEx(Guid sgGuids, RpcStorageGroupCopyStatus& sgStatuses)
InternalGetCopyStatus(String serverName, Guid sgGuids, RpcStorageGroupCopyStatus&
sgStatuses, Int32 serverVersion) At line:1 char:26+ Get-StorageGroupCopyStatus
Add the -standbymachine parameter to your command:
- Get-StorageGroupCopyStatus -standbymachine <computername>