rsop or gpresult

Posted on 2013-10-01
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Last Modified: 2013-10-07
Is there anyway to export an entire RSOP report (resultant set of policy) into one single file? I.e. showing exactly what local or domain policies are configuring what settings on the system. Running rsop.msc produces a nice little GUI but you have to expand every little sub section and then export them one by one which takes quite a while. Also I am aware of gpresult, but from what I gather all that does is list what policies are being applied and not the exact settings, nor does it factor in local security policy. There must be a way around this?
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this is on a server 2008 r2
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gpresult /h does that.

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But doesnt include local security policy settings, does it?

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Is there anyway to export the local security policy settings into a single report?
gpresult seems to only do group policy related settings. Whereas rsop.msc used to show both local and group policies.
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It (both gpresult /h and rsop) DOES include the local policies, yes.
To export thoselocal policies seperately, I know no way. There are tools to do this for sure, Google for local gpo backup.

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