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query Active Directory for Group Policy

Here is what i am trying to do I am trying to query all of our group policies because I plan on defining all of these for our company into a three ring binder. Does anybody know the best solution for this? I did not implement AD here it was here before I got here. The person that had set it up and setup the policy structure is gone and I am trying to get everything organized trying to figure out the easiest and best ways of doing this. Thanks in advance.


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craylordCommented:
It's a powerful plugin to see what polices are setup and being applied on pc's.
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JoeAuthor Commented:
Thank you I forgot all about the GPMC to run reports on the Group Policy I reinstalled it and printed out a nice report. But I was looking for something that would query each individual Group Policy so I know whats out there and run reports on each individual policy and define what that specific policy is doing in Active Directory. I will leave this open for a little bit you will still get points for this thank you.


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craylordCommented:
In the left pane of GPMC go to Forest > Domains > your domain > Group Policy Objects. This lists all the group policies and whether or not they're enabled / disabled.
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