olny about half of the client computer did the switch the other half are still looking for the old server to sync offline files with and it is really lagging down their boxes they can't do anything with out the computer looking for the old share folder.Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.active_directory (More info? )I have a problem applying group policy's with our AD.We have 2 windows 2000 standard DC's and a Windows 2003Standard/Exchange 2003 Exchange server.we have changed the GP to disable Offline files and have taken off the redriection of the mydocs folder.and still the computer will no update the GP even if i go into the computer and do the /gpupdate/force it says everything was updated but still doing the same stuff. Do a gpresult command in one of the client pc having problems to see if the gpo for file redirect is being applied.For clients that run Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP operating system versions that support the CSEs, this table summarizes requirements and tells you where to get XMLLite from the Download Center.We hope that this information helps make your life easier.I have a Windows 2003 Server envoirnment with two domain controllers.I am getting this error on all my servers and Windows XP clients when I change anything in the Group Policy and try to apply the change on any system by using the gpupdate command on the command prompt.(No, XMLLite is not a beer, it’s a lightweight XML parser.) There are two main options for how to install the CSEs and XMLLite: Option 1: Use a script Fortunately for us, Jakob H.Heidelberg wrote a handy script that detects whether the CSEs and XMLLite are already installed and then installs them if needed. Option 2: Get the CSEs via Windows Update or WSUS, or from the Download Center. If you’re going with this option, how do you know whether the CSEs and XMLLite need to be installed, and where do you get them?