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The following entry in the [strings] section is too long and has been truncated

Symptom: When you try to modify or to view Group Policy objects (GPOs), you may receive an error message that is similar to the following: "The following entry in the [string] section is too long and has truncated. If you enable any policies for the security page, it is strongly recommended that you also configure policy to disable the security page from being presented in the UI to prevent users from believing that they can change the security settings...."

Cause: This problem occurs because older versions of the Group Policy editor cannot interpret some string types created by the new version Group Policy Editor.

Resolution: 1. Upgrade to the new version of Group Policy Editor.

2. Use one version for all group policies.

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