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there is a GPO applied to server what is it doing

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I need to know what to run to get a list of what the GPO has

if i run gpresult -z there is allot of info is there something i can run if teh gpo is say test

gpresult test etc
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Open your group policy manager and then go to that GPO and see what it is doing...
 
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i am a consultant and i am running from the server that it is applied to
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Did you try click start>>>run>>>RSOP.MSC ?
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Run rsop.msc which will give you the list of the settings in applied GPOs along with the GPO name.
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hmmm......a pattern is starting :-)
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Sorry for the doubled proposal. Seems I got the page stayed open for quite some time before typing the text here. :)
Credit should go to dstewartjr
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We've all done that :-)
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