How can we export the RSOP result?

Hi Experts,

I need to apply another GPO to an OU. So I need to get the settings exported for both planning and loggin mode. I know I can use RSOP to see the GPO applied opn to the server, HOW can we export them?

Please advise?

Anupam

anupam1983Asked:
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Mike KlineCommented:
When you run the RSoP in GPMC  you can right click and save the report.  

You can also export gpresult from the command line to a text file

Thanks

Mike
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MrN1c3Commented:
Using Group Policy Modelling, select the "Settings Tab.

Right Click and then slect "Save Report" to XML/HTML
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anupam1983Author Commented:
I'm unable to do for the planning mode. May be I'm missing something. I need to to know what outcome will have if I configure this policy and need to send this report to management. Could you please guide me?

Regards,
Anupam
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abt-itCommented:
open console on client and run gpresult using the options you need for the report. You can have a look at the options with gpresult ?
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abt-itCommented:
sorry, gpresult /? shows help
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Mike KlineCommented:
Look at my screen shot, save report is the same in planning or RSoP mode.  Right click in the report to get that setting.
 
Thanks
 
Mike

GP-Modeling-Save.jpg
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ren20atomCommented:
Hi,

The Group Policy Modeling Wizard is a newer version of the RSoP wizard, running in Planning mode. Because all RSoP functionality provided by the RSoP MMC snap-in is included in GPMC, along with new functionality such as HTML reporting of RSoP data, it is recommended that users access all RSoP functionality primarily through GPMC, rather than the standalone RSoP MMC snap-in.

The following are steps for your requirement.
1) Open GPMC console and go down to Group Policy Modelling.
2) You can right click and use the wizard to do the configuration of your required selection
3) When the wizard runs you get an output as shown above by the mkline71.

You could right click and save the HTML report and provide it to Higher management for further review.
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devilendCommented:
first i u don't install group policy management console you first to install it to can see the group policy modeling u can download it from this link

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0A6D4C24-8CBD-4B35-9272-DD3CBFC81887&displaylang=en
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Devendra ThatteCommented:
Get-GPO "Default Domain Policy" | %{
    Get-GPOReport -name $_.displayname -ReportType html -path ("c:\"+$_.displayname+".html")
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