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Export NTconfig.pol to readable format (not poledit.exe)

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Is there any way to export the contents of a policy file NTconfig.POL to either Notepad/Word etc so that it can be documented.

Poledit.exe will only allow you to view it from within the application.

Item in question is "Run only allowed windows applications"
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carmine earned 40 total points
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Load it as a hive into regedt32 and then either use regedt32 to print the subtree you require, or use regedit to save it to a .reg text file.

Don't forget to unload it afterwards.

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Have a look on http://home.ntware.com it contains lots of NT Admin utilties, I'm not sure where it is exactly, but I know there is some program that will help there.
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