Windows Forum Team
So you are getting GPOs on your system. These are just names, however system admins will generally name them for what they do, but they can really contain any settings. You would need access to the group policy editor and access to one of your work domain controllers to see what each policy is applying. I doubt the GPOs are causing the problem. I also tried running clipup -d and get the same message. According the the help though this is trying to generate a ticket based on a BIOS stored Windows product key. Not all systems, including mine do not store the key in BIOS so that is probably why this is generating an error. I also ran procmon and noticed that explorer.exe is accessing clipup.exe so that may be what is calling it on your system as well. Was this system originally on a different OS version? If so, it might be failing and reattempting creating a ticket because there could in fact be an embedded windows key but because it is not for Windows 10 it could be failing.