Default Domain Controller GPO went nuts with version number changes

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Yesterday, for about 45 minutes, I kept getting notifications that my Default Domain Controller GPO was changing. Investigating, the only thing that was changing was the version number. No other changes were made to it. The version number ended up going up by about 20 when all was said and done. Any idea what could have caused this?

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