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retrieve all settings of the applied group policies

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In our domain we have many group policies applied …Instead of me going to each policy and check the settings, I would like to have a script that would retrieve only the settings that have been setup….
for instance…the name of the policy , the scope, computer/user configuration settings applied…and anything else that is important and that I am not aware of…

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I have seen that script before, however I will still have to go through the settings of each GPO one by one and check which settings are enabled and which ones are not.
for instance we have some GPOs for login/logoff script or start/shutdown script that are supposed to call a script,but there is no script to call for.

what I am looking for is a script that will retrieve that GPOs that have settings configured.
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