Gpupdate not updating
One of most challenging Issue with Group Policy Management Is testing Polices on the fly without restarting the computer or accessing the local machine and run gpupdate /force With Remote Group Policy Update, you use one Console to Create, Edit and Apply Group Polices to Computers with connecting to a remote machine and apply the testing.Remote Group Policy was first released with Windows Server 2012 and now with Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 its runs smoother and better.) unless you’re on a test bench with a couple of computers!Personally I’ve never needed to mess around with these settings. Some will fail, they might not be turned on, or (like some below,) they might be linux machines.Software installation and folder redirection settings in a GPO are processed only when a computer starts (computer-based policies) or when the user logs in (user-based policies), rather than at a particular time.To force your Windows computer to check for group policy changes, you can use the command to trigger the updating process.While testing new policies this command is your friend, it gives you a chance to test the result on a client instantly, (as soon as policy editing is finished).
It's best to completely restart the computer, and it is slightly faster to reboot manually than to reboot through the Command Line window.When you make a change to a group policy, you may need to wait two hours (90 minutes plus a 30 minute offset) before you see any changes on the client computers.Even then, some changes will not take effect until after a reboot of the computer.When complete it will show you the ‘sum total’ of all policies being applied – it can also show you any problems that are occurring.The next best place for troubleshooting group policies is the Event Viewer on the target machine.