Need to push a GPO to a system not in a domain

Is it possible to push a gpo to a system that is not in a domain?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Nope.  You can edit the local policy, but that happens per machine and isn't "pushed" nor is there a way to do so.  Depending on how old the OS is, you can use 3rd party tools to get many similar settings, such as Intune. But it isn't actually group policy at that point.
Cant push a gpo policy to a non network computer. What you are trying to achieve?
The answer to your question is no, but like the others have mentioned you can use party software to push stuff out. The one I like the most is PDQ, we have used this in the past when we had problems with GPO's not appling due to a issue with our network.

PDQ lets you install software that has been configured but you could also use it to configure scripts and batch files etc.
For a non-domain join workstation you can old edit the local policy using: gpedit.msc

What settings are you trying to set?

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