Checking the contents of a group policy

Posted on 2006-05-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Checking the contents of a group policy

I’ve several group policies that have been created and altered by several different administrators.  There is no documentation on what these group policies do.  Is there some kind of tool or utility that will check to see what each of these policies do or what is being enforced with each policy?
Question by:SHAX
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    Expert Comment

    yes there is
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    Accepted Solution

    right go support  then tools,advanced system information,
    view group policy applied,

    this will show you what gpo's are applied. also run the Resultant set of policy

    I think this is one of the easest ways
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    Assisted Solution

    Hi SHAX,

    Group Policy management console allows you to scroll through policies and view that they are set to do on the right hand side of the screen

    nice and easy

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