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Powershell Script Current SharePoint 2010 Farm Configuration

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Is there a tool that will run on your SharePoint farm that will capture your current farm configurations and produce a powershell script that we can use to build out our development farm?
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You may use the link below, but it generates lot of output file. This would not create a powershell command for you

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff645390(v=office.14).aspx

Not sure why you want to replicate this in your dev...because for creating dev setup, you would have to install sharepoint which would create a config db. You may then create the site collections as in prod...you may backup current prod dbs and restore it to dev.
If you go through the scripts above, it would tell the settings assinged in prod system. You may create powershell to import them on the dev.
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