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GPO Audit Server 2008

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I have been pushing software via GP and am using specops remote GPudate to force groups to gpupdate now i would like to validate that these computers recieved the installation successfully. is there a feature that will allow me to audit a group using group policy results wizard and not just a single computer. I would be intrested in any solution to this issue. thanks.
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Not that I know of, it is one of the shortcomings of group policy for software deployment.  Programs like Altiris and SCCM have good reporting capabilities...but they are not free

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Mike
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Check this can be used for Group policy auditing change and reporting

http://www.netwrix.com/group_policy_auditing_change_reporting_freeware.html
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PStools is a wonderful thing i used psexec to product a gpresult for a group of machines and put it in to a csv file thanks for the help though guys
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this is what worked for me
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