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GPO script to find GPO issues, empty GPOs, etc.

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Hello, I am looking for a good GPO script to find GPO issues, empty GPOs, missing links, etc and generate a nice report.

Thank you very much.
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You can use Get-GPOReport to get all of the data you require. The link below provides the download of the script and also detailed syntax as well.

Get-GPOReport cmdlet

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Use PowerShell script in below link to identify orphaned GPOs
http://www.jhouseconsulting.com/2012/09/03/finding-orphaned-group-policy-objects-807

Also you can use GPMC sample script from MS to identify other GPO details such as unlinked GPOs etc
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THAnk you!
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