Information about Group Policy Preferences Events


Summary


Group Policy Preferences (GPP) allow you to specify computer and user configuration settings. These settings allow granular configuration not available using regular Group Policy. GPP also provides filtering of settings using item-level targeting which allows for granular application of settings to a subset of users or computers.

You may want to know about the possible events that can be logged by a component, in order to categorize them properly in system management solutions. Below you will find the list of events for Group Policy Preferences.

More Information


Group Policy Preferences events are written to the Application log. Informational events are only logged when the relevant Group Policy settings are enabled. The path to the settings per preference area is:

Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\System\Group Policy\Logging and tracing

The possible event sources of these events are:

  • Group Policy Environment
  • Group Policy Local Users and Groups
  • Group Policy Device Settings
  • Group Policy Network Options
  • Group Policy Drive Maps
  • Group Policy Folders
  • Group Policy Network Shares
  • Group Policy Files
  • Group Policy Data Sources
  • Group Policy Ini Files
  • Group Policy Services
  • Group Policy Folder Options
  • Group Policy Scheduled Tasks
  • Group Policy Registry
  • Group Policy Applications
  • Group Policy Printers
  • Group Policy Shortcuts
  • Group Policy Internet Settings
  • Group Policy Start Menu Settings
  • Group Policy Regional Options
  • Group Policy Power Options

Group Policy Preferences Events

MessageId=0x1000 (4096)
Severity=Success
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object applied successfully.

MessageId=0x1002 (4098)
Severity=Warning
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object did not apply because it failed with error code '%4'%%100790273

MessageId=0x1003 (4099)
Severity=Warning
The client-side extension could not log RSoP data because it failed with error code '%1'.

MessageId=0x1004  (4100)
Severity=Success
Service stopped.

MessageId=0x1005  (4101)
Severity=Success
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object was successfully removed.

MessageId=0x1006  (4102)
Severity=Warning
ODBC diagnostic (%1), %2

MessageId=0x1007  (4103)
Severity=Warning
The client-side extension could not %1 %2 preference items for the '%3' Group Policy object because Windows is shutting down or the user is logging out..

MessageId=0x1009  (4105)
Severity=Warning
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object did not apply because a targeting item failed with error code '%4'%%100790273

MessageId=0x100A  (4106)
Severity=Warning
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object did not apply because its targeting item failed with error code '%4'%%100790273

MessageId=0x1013  (4115)
Severity=Success
Service started.

MessageId=0x2000 (8192)
Severity=Warning
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object did not apply because it failed with error code '%4'%%100790275

MessageId=0x2001 (8193)
Severity=Warning
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object did not apply because its targeting item failed with error code '%4'%%100790275

MessageId=0x2002 (8194)
Severity=Warning
The client-side extension could not %1 %2 policy settings for '%3' because it failed with error code '%4'%%100790275

IMPORTANT: In Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 versions of Group Policy Preferences, Event ID 8194 has a Severity of Error instead of Warning.

MessageId=0x2004 (8196)
Severity=Warning
The client-side extension caught the unhandled exception '%1' inside: '%2'%%100790275

MessageId=0x2006 (8198)
Severity=Warning
The %1 '%2' preference item in the '%3' Group Policy object was not removed because it failed with error code '%4'%%100790275

MessageId=0x2014 (8212)
Severity=Warning
The %1 '%2' preference item in '%3' Group Policy object did not apply because a targeting item failed with error code '%4'%%100790275

MessageId=0x201D (8221)
Severity=Warning
An error occured while writing to the trace file.  Error %1.

MessageId=0x2023 (8227)
Severity=Warning
The process threw exception %1 inside %2.

MessageId=0x2024 (8228)
Severity=Warning
Error %1 obtaining ODBC diagnostic message.

MessageId=0x2025 (8229)
Severity=Warning
ODBC error %1, %2.

MessageId=0x1A00 (6656)
Severity=Success
A hidden filter did not pass.

MessageId=0xF001 (61441)
Severity=Success
This error was suppressed.%0

MessageId=0xF003 (61441)
Severity=Success
See trace file for more details.%0