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Slow Link Detection GPOs script

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Hello,
I am looking for the script to detect GPOs with slow links. Could you please help.

Thank you you
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I am not aware of a script to detect slow links but you can create a GPO that defines how GPO processing is handled when a slow link is detected.

Under Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Group Policy there are a number of policies that would do what you want.

"Configure Group Policy Slow Link Detection" is likely the starting point.  Then you can adjust some of the policies that start with "Configure" to enable or disable processing over slow links.
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Thank you so much but we actually need to present a report that shows slow link detection.....I need a script or a way to generate the GPO report for slow links

Please help.
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You can use Get-GPOReport cmdlet to get a list of GPO's you can then fliter them to view the ones you want that were exported.

Get-GPOReport
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee461057.aspx

Will.
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THank you so much. I already have the report and other report, but we need to specifically get the report that shows Slow Link Detection GPOs. I am new to powershell, so I would like to get a command line or the way to get this report.
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