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Event ID: 1104 Source: Userenv

Windows cannot perform filter check for Group Policy object CN={<GUID>}CN=PoliciesCN=SystemDC=<domain>DC=local. The associated filter cannot be found. This Group Policy Object will be skipped.
This problem occurs if the domain has a single-label DNS domain name. See ME935512 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows XP.

Also see ME953663 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows XP.
From a newsgroup post: "I would like to provide you with the following suggestions:
1. Open Server Management.
2. Navigate to Server Management\Advanced Management\Group Policy
Management\Forest\Domains\<your domain>\WMI Filters.
3. On the Delegation tab, check if the appropriate user has permissions to the filter.
I also noticed that some similar issue has been fixed by hotfix ME885827. You can contact PSS to obtain the hotfix".

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