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Posted on 2007-03-22
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Hi,

On a client machine which is in a domain how can we find what policies are being initiated on the machine.Is there a command or tool to find this.

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Sharath
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Open a command prompt and run gpresult, it'll list the Group policies applied.

I'm pretty sure this is standard in WinXP, otherwise could be part of the server 2003 support tools
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