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SBS2003 Need to show only enabled group policy objects

Posted on 2010-08-19
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We've got an SBS2003 DC and it has some group policies linked to the OU's but is there anyway we can display or find ONLY the enabled objects (i.e so it shows us which have been changed from default not configured)

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by:Will Szymkowski
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If you want to know what GPO's have been applied to a machine you simply open a command prompt, and type rsop.msc. This will tell you what ploicy's have been applied to the computer and also the user.

It will also indicate if there are any policy's that have not been applied due to error.
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Thanks but i need to be able to do this on the server and not the client machines.
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I've sorted it.
If you right click on the Group Policies and then select save report then you can filter the report to show what you need.
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