Quick fix for corrupt Default Domain Group Policy in Windows Server
Corrupt Default Domain Policy is something no one wants to see on the Windows Server. And most people are not stressed about it as they have made timely backups. But, if that’s not the case and you’re in dire need of a solution, we can recommend following the steps we listed below. Using this guide, you should be able to fix the corrupt Default Domain Policy.
How to repair corrupt Default Domain Policy
There are so many variables which might or might not invoke the corruption of the default Domain Policies. Most of the time, users change default policies directly instead of creating new ones.
This might lead to issues and the only two reliable ways we can suggest are either to restore a backup of the GPO or, in the absence of backups, use the Dcgpofix tool.
This tool should restore all settings to their default values, so make sure to inspect them and change them based on your needs later on. That’s of utmost importance, as this is the last-resort tool and it’s to be used in the disaster scenarios where you’re unable to fix the GPO. So, don’t forget to back up even the corrupt GPO as there’s always a chance something will go wrong.
If you’re not sure how to run this tool, here’s the step-by-step explanation you need to follow:
- Open Command Prompt.
- Run the following command and press Enter:
- Dcgpofix /target:domain
- Confirm selection and run the tool.
That should do it. In case you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to tell us in the comments section below.
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