Failed to log on to Group Policy Client Service in Windows 10

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Some Windows 10 users complain about a problem in the forum as they cannot access their Windows 10 devices and show an error message that says "Unable to log in to the Group Policy Client Service". If you find yourself in the same situation, don't worry. Just follow the fixes in this article and the problem will be solved very easily. But before moving on to the main solutions, try these solutions:

Alternative solutions



1. Restart your computer and check if it helps or not.

2. Check for update Windows is pending on your computer.

If any of these workarounds didn't solve the problem, look for these solutions:

Fix-1 Disable Quick Start-

turning Quick Start 'off' on your computer can fix this problem.

1. To enter the Run window, press'Tasto Windows + R'.

2. Once you've done that, copy paste this command and then hit Enter.

control.exe powercfg.cpl ,, 3

3 inch Power Options window, on the left side, click "Choose what the power buttons do".

4. Now click on "Change settings that are currently unavailable".

5. Then under 'Shutdown settings' deselect the option "Enable Quick Start (Recommended)"Finally, click on"Save the changes”To save the changes on your computer.

Near System Settings window on your computer.

Curriculum vitae computer to save the changes. After rebooting, try to log in again. Check if the error is still present or not.

Fix-2 Edit Registry Editor

1. Press the Windows key once on the keyboard. Then start typing "disco".



2. Click on 'Registry Editor".

3 inch Registry Editor window, click "Fillet"And then click"Export”To create a backup copy of the registry key on your computer.

3. Name the backup as "Original registration".

4. Select 'Export range:' for "All"And click"Save".

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5. In the Registry Editor window, go to this location on the left side to check if it is intact.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesgpsvc

6. Again Registry Editor window, go to this location-

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionSvchost

Now, the right mouse button in the empty space of the right window and then click on "New"And then click"Multiple string value".

7. Now, name the key like "GPSvcGroup". Double click over it "GPSvcGroup"And then set the 'Value data' for"GPSvc"And then click"all right".

8. Now, the right mouse button over it "Svkhost"And then click"New"And then click"Key".


9. Name the subkey as "GpSvcGroup". Now, the right mouse button on the right side of the window and then click "New"And then click"Valore DWORD (32 bit)".

10. Name the key as "Authentication functionality". Double click on it to change the value data.

11. Configure the 'Base' for "Decimal". Now, set the 'Value data' for "12320“. Click on “all right”To save the changes.


12. Now, the right mouse button on the right side of the window and then click "New"And then click"Valore DWORD (32 bit)".

13. Name this key as "ColnitializeSecurityParam". Double click in it to change the 'Value data'.

14. Set the 'Value data' for "1"And then click"all right”To save the changes.

Close Registry Editor window on your computer.

Curriculum vitae your computer and try to log into your computer again.

Fix-3 Restart the Group Policy service and restart Winsock-

1. First, press Tasto Windows + S. Then write "Services”In the Look for box.

2. Then click on "Services"In the search results.

2 inch Services window, scroll down to find "Group Policy Client" Yup double click on it to open its properties.

3 inch Client Properties Group Policy window, change the 'Startup Type' to "Automatic"And then click"Home“To start the service if it is 'Stopped'.

4. Click on 'Request"Y"all right”To save the changes on your computer.

Close the Services window on your computer.

5. Open the Run window by pressing the key Windows key and the 'R' key.

6. Now type "cmd"Here and click"all right".

6. In Window System Symbol, generally o copy paste this command and then press Pay in to run it.

netsh winsock reset

Close Window system symbol.

Restart computer to allow the changes to be applied to the computer. After rebooting, try to log into your device. If the problem persists, look for the next solution.

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