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RSOP on the client is seeing the required policy changes but they are not applying for some reason.

I have also added client names to the Security Filtering of that policy and have tried logging on to client with a Domain Admin account, also without success.

Well, it was the exact same way when I made the GPO and it did not do those two until a few days passed... My domain controller is a Windows Server 2012 R2 and the clients being tested are Windows 7 SP1 Configuracion De Equipo implies it is a computer policy (please correct my if I'm misinterpreting this).

Secondly, is the GPO you created an actual option in Group Policy Management Console (GPMC)?

But after a few days pass, I do see (for example, network shares) being applied and actually working.

As you can see, here is a Windows 7 PC after gpupdate: This means it is being applied.

If I delete their profile and they log in they get the most updated policy.

I have tried with the Firewall and AV disabled on both client and server, without success, and has no effect either.Domain based Group Policies override Local Group Policy settings, they do not overwrite Local Group Policy settings.RSOP is the tool for viewing settings that are being applied to the computer and user from domain based Group Policy objects.This issue may occur if the Group Policy Object is missing the Read permissions for the Authenticated Users group or if you are using security filtering and are missing Read permissions for the domain computers group Power Shell script: MS16-072 – Known Issue – Use Power Shell to Check GPOs So, while it seems Microsoft is sort of blaming customers for their implementations of Group Policy security, there's a bigger factor here I hope doesn't get lost in the shuffle.We can thank Microsoft for delivering the recommended resolutions, but those didn't deliver until AFTER the patch caused customer pain.Here is the link to the output of What you're seeing is perfectly normal.