Environment: all Windows 10 stations, AD on Windows Server 2012 R2.
I am aware of File Extensions GPP. But in this particular network I am not being able to deploy a simple file to the computers (I'm trying to deploy to computers and not users, also I am trying to deploy to specific computers, so I'm putting the File Extensions GPP on a specific OU).
So, in the OU where the computers are, as a test, I tried to deploy a wallpaper JPG to
So, on File Preferences (
Computer Policy -> Preferences -> File) I entered:
Action: Create Source File: UNC to where the JPG is (public share, no access restrictions) Destination file: C:\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\Windows\image.jpg
Destination file does not exist, and we are creating a file, so there would be no errors thrown.
The GPP just sits there, does nothing. Tried
gpupdate /force on some stations, to no avail. Any guess on what I'm doing wrong? I'm a Unix guy, this Group Policy thing is very confusing to me.