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Where can I get a script that will retrieve Local Security policy settings?

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Where can I get a script that will retrieve Local Security policy settings?  I would like to query around 20 servers to retrieve accounts that the logon locally policy set.  I can't retrieve this through GPO, because it was never a policy for us.

Any help will be appreciated.
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hyenas free version should do it for you

http://www.somarsoft.com/
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This is the second time I've heard this request.  It's not at all easy with a script.  The logon locally information is stored in a template file in:

C:\WINDOWS\security\templates\policies\gpt#.inf

Look for SeInteractiveLogonRight.

Also follow this thread to see if there is something that surfaces:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Windows_Server_2003/Q_22028032.html


You're better off with a tool to do this one server at a time then merge the logs.

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Can I retrieve it from a registry setting?
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No, not that I'm aware of anyway.



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Is there anyone that can create script wrapper to run dumpsec against servers and report on the logon locally results?
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