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Event ID: 1003 Source: SceCli

Policy change from LSA/SAM can't be saved in the policy storage. Error <error code> to save policy change in the local GPO database.
1208 - "An extended error has occurred.".
  1. Create an OldSecurity subfolder at %SystemRoot%\Security
  2. Move the log files from %SystemRoot%\Security\logs to %SystemRoot%\Security\OldSecurity
  3. Move the database from %SystemRoot%\Security\Database\Secedit.sdb to %SystemRoot%\Security\OldSecurity and change the file extension to .old
  4. Start / Run / MMC / OK
  5. Console / Add/Remove Snap-in
  6. Add the Security and Configuration Analysis snap-in. Press Close and OK.
  7. Right-click Security and Configuration Analysis and press Open Database.
  8. Navigate to the %SystemRoot%\Security\Database folder, type Secedit.sdb into File name, and press Open
  9. When prompted to import a template, select Setup security.inf.
  10. Press Open. Ignore any Access Denied error.
  11. Right-click Security and Configuration Analysis and press Configure computer Now
2 - "The system cannot find the file specified." - usually indicates missing security policy files
1332 - "No mapping between account names and security IDs was done." - This seems to be similar to the errors generated by security policy propagation when some groups or accounts are deleted from AD but not from security policies
For errors 2 ("The system cannot find the file specified.") and 5 ("Access is denied."), more information can be found in the new article ME272560 (as well as a potential hotfix).

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