How to Force an Update of Windows Computer Policies

How to Force an Update of Windows Computer Policies


  1. Windows 10
  2. Windows Server as Domain Controller


  1. Run Command Prompt
  2. Run the command "gpupdate /force"
  3. Wait until completed
  4. Reboot the Computer (just to be safe)

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