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Server 2008 export settings from local computer policy

banjo1960 asked
Last Modified: 2012-07-12
I am using an audit check list to make changes to a 2008 server (not on a domain) using Local Computer Policy via Security Configuration and Analysis Snap-in.

I have the registry locations for these same changes, but they are easier to make using the snap-in.  These are not security policy settings but local computer policy\computer configuration\Administrative Templates\...

I am configuring a test machine but want to apply these setting to future machines.

Is there a way to export the corresponding registry settings so I can apply those later?

Or is there a better way to accomplish this.?

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