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Hi!...i have a domain controler in win2k3 SP2. It has de Active Directory and Kerio Mail Server and Kerio Winroute Firewall.
Since i've installed Kerio Winroute Firewall, i have Events Log every 5 minutes in Application for that Server-
This Events log are: (In Spanish)
Windows no puede obtener acceso al archivo gpt.ini para GPO CN={31B2F340-016D-11D2-945F-00C04FB984F9},CN=Policies,CN=Sys tem,DC=pft,DC=com,DC=ar. El archivo debe estar presente en la ubicación <\\domain\sysvol\domainPolicies\GUID number\gpt.ini>. (Acceso denegado. ). Se ha anulado el proceso de Directiva de grupo.

And then

Windows no puede hacer una consulta de la lista de objetos directiva de grupo. Compruebe el registro de eventos ante la posible existencia de mensajes previamente registrados por el motor de directiva que describe el motivo del suceso.

I disabled McAfee Ingreated and the events went out....

I think that McAfee is blocking this file. How can i configue McAfee to evoid to scan this folder.

Thanks



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