When you run the GPResult.exe (Group Policy Results) tool on a Windows Server 2003 PDC emulator, you may receive:

Account Policies
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   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            MaxServiceAge
   Computer Setting:  600

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            MaxTicketAge
   Computer Setting:  10

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            MinimumPasswordAge
   Computer Setting:  N/A

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            PasswordHistorySize
   Computer Setting:  3

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            MaxClockSkew
   Computer Setting:  5

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            MinimumPasswordLength
   Computer Setting:  N/A

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            LockoutBadCount
   Computer Setting:  N/A

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            MaximumPasswordAge
   Computer Setting:  43

   GPO: Default Domain Policy
   Policy:            MaxRenewAge
   Computer Setting:  7
When you run the GPResult.exe tool on a computer that is not the PDC emulator, you may receive:
Account Policies
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GPO: Default Domain Policy
Policy:            MaxServiceAge
Computer Setting:  600

GPO: Default Domain Policy
Policy:            MaxTicketAge
Computer Setting:  10

GPO: Default Domain Policy
Policy:            MaxClockSkew
Computer Setting:  5

GPO: Default Domain Policy
Policy:            MaxRenewAge
Computer Setting:  7
This behavior will occur when you run the GPResult.exe tool on a computer that is not the PDC emulator.

Some policies are designed to be automatically replicated by Active Directory, and are NOT reported on replicas.