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How To Export the Default Domain Policy.HTM from Policy Manager (Windows Server 2003)

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I am trying to export the How To Export the Default Domain Policy.HTM from Policy Manager (Windows Server 2003) as part of an audit

How can I do this?
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right click - save as
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You mean, press right mouse button on that policy within Group Policy Objects and choose "Save report...", choose HTML format and save it ?

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Krzysztof
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I think I need something like GPMC?
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by:Krzysztof Pytko
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Yes, indeed :) GPMC for 2003 can be downloaded from
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21895

install it on XP or 2003

Krzysztof
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Thx
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You're welcome :)

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