What startup script is running, presently within Win7/XP

Posted on 2014-07-15
Last Modified: 2014-07-30
I need to know which one of our startup scripts is presently running on our machines, but don't know how to discover this information.


Also, I'll also need to be able to run the script locally, within a test environment...meaning that I would also need to take this computer off our network and some how run the script manually as if I had network access, but just run locally.
Question by:uppercut7141
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    From the client machine, run gpresult /z from the cmd.

    you can see the applied GPOs under applied GOPs section in the result screen.

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