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SBS 2003 Resetting group policy to default.

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I have just acquired a small network running SBS 2003. Some lovely person has had a field day with Group Policy. I need to reset all SBS GPO  to the original state. Dcgpofix only resets the default domain policy, but I need to reset all GPO. I have other networks at my disposal that I have backed up the default but the import function with the migration table merges the objects, not deletes and builds new. How can I do this without rebuilding the server?
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This guide should help you do what you want:
http://escapelogic.com/main/node/2
It is always a good idea to backup your registry before you make changes like this.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
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