GPO- RSOP - Compare two computers

Posted on 2010-01-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I'm using RSOP on two different computers.  Is there an easy way to compare the two results and see what is different?
Question by:beckman55
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    Could always pipe a GPResult to a text file from both systems, then side by side compare.

    gpresult /V > RSOP.PC1.txt

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    Oh, after the  '>' - you may want to designate a drive....

    gpresult /V C:\RSOP.PC1.txt

    It will default to the current/home drive of your command window if you don't.
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    All answers would do the job.  "Schriste" gave me a free solution which I was able to implement.
    Thanks everyone

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