GPP on Windows 7

Is there anyway to tell if a GPP is being applied via Group Policy Management?
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command prompt on workstation
gpresult /h report.html
it will create report .html in whatever directory you're in. open it using a browser

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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Depending on how much you have in the policy it could take a little bit to set all the settings and if you wanted to you could do a gpupdate /force in the command prompt followed by a reboot.

what issue are you having as to where group policy is not taking effect?
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