How to enumerate policy settings for a domain?

Posted on 2007-10-15
Last Modified: 2008-05-31
Dear all,

I want to enumerate the auditing policy settings my domain - using vbscript.

I have a script which uses WMI to retrieve RSOP for specified machines on the network, however,
I wanted to know if there's a way to just get the Domain - level default auditing policy.

Any example or link will be great!

Thanks in advance!
Question by:nahumba
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    Author Comment

    The link shows how to do that in a machine - level. I wanted to know if this can be done in a Domain - level.

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    What do you mean by that?  Are you asking how to gather information from all of the PCs in the domain... or are you asking how to view the "Default Domain Policy"

    Author Comment

    Hi Graye - Yes - exactly: I want to view the Default Domain Auditing Policy

    Thank you!
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    Can you try this hta which gives you report of all the GPO's. Give it a try and see it helps..

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