unable to access Default Domain controllers GPO

From: Martin Johnson (marty@karlstrauss.com)
Date: 02/06/03

From: "Martin Johnson" <marty@karlstrauss.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 14:26:05 -0800

When I attempt to access the Default Domain Controllers
Policy I get an error stating "Cannot find the file
specified". The system is running fine but this doesn't
sound very good. How can I correct this?

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