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Can anyone recommend a utiltiy for analyizing GPO conflicts in a domain with multiple OU's, etc.?
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The link I posted is a Microsoft's Group Policy Management Console.  It is great for managing OUs and if you are using XP or Server 2003 you can use the Group Policy Reports to see that options are actually taking effect on a machine and which GPO was the winning object that placed that option.  Very powerful and very useful.  And you can use it with Windows 2000, you just can't use the reports
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Yes, I'm aware of that. But it doesn't show conflicts.  Only winners, and whats in affect.  I"m looking for specific conflicts.  

"GPO 1 conflicts with GPO2".........
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Oh, then I don't know unless you print out or save the settings report and check them manually.
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