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How can I see all of the gpo's of a domain

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I would like to know where all the gpo's of a domain are listed.  Thanks for your help.
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Here is a nice technet script to do this for you :


http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2009/02/09/how-can-i-list-all-group-policy-objects-in-a-domain.aspx


You can also just use Get-GPO  -all if you have RSAT installed and you are domain admin
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Do you want the name and the settings for them listed out also? If you just click on the Group Policy Object OU inside of the Group Policy Management console it will show you all the Objects that are created but that doesn't mean they are applied to any OUs.
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xKincaidx, can I open the Group Policy Management console from my Windows 7 pc or do I have to do this from the DC.  If I can do this from my Windows 7 will I be able to see all of the GPO's regardless if they have been applied to any of the OU's?  Thanks
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Thanks guys
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