How do I get report for GPO result for computers and users in domain?

How do I get report for GPO result for computers and users in domain?
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certuranAuthor Commented:
I should add that information: When I used "GPRESULT /USER xyz /r" it resulted that: The user "xyz" does not have RSOP data.
Radhakrishnan RSenior Technical LeadCommented:

There are few ways to get the gpresult/rsop.

1) Go to Active directory>>Select the user/computer>>Right click and All Tasks>>Resultant Set of Policy (logging). Run the wizard and collect the report.

2) From the machine itself run rsop.msc>>if this giving any error then you need to alter some registry key. Please follow the below procedure;

Start>>Run>>regedit>>HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System>>Delete the following registry value 'RSoPLogging REG_DWORD 0x00000000'>>Log off the machine and login (do not restart).

Now, run rsop again that should work.
Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
what version of windows are you running GPRESULT /USER xyz /r on? It works on Windows XP, 7 & 10 (part of domain and not part of); Windows server 2008 & 2012. Does not work on Server 2003 but GPRESULT /USER xyz /v does
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
In order to get that working remotely you need to updated the firewall

netsh advfirewall firewall set rule group="Windows Remote Management" new enable=yes

This will allow running gpresult remotely

I created a script to do this

Using the tool psexec from

you can run this

@echo off
echo %date% %time% >c:\util\serv012.txt
echo "Starting GPRESULT on SERV012" >>c:\util\serv012.txt
gpresult /r >>c:\util\serv012.txt

echo %date% %time% >c:\util\serv011.txt
echo "Starting GPRESULT on SERV011" >>c:\util\serv011.txt
c:\util\pstools\psexec \\serv011 -u administrator -p xxxxxxxx gpresult /r >>c:\util\serv011.txt

echo %date% %time% >c:\util\serv013.txt
echo "Starting GPRESULT on SERV013" >>c:\util\serv013.txt
c:\util\pstools\psexec \\serv013 -u administrator -p xxxxx gpresult /r >>c:\util\serv013.txt

echo %date% %time% >c:\util\comp001.txt
echo "Starting GPRESULT on COMP001 Windows 7" >>c:\util\comp001.txt
c:\util\pstools\psexec \\comp001 -u "mydom\me" -p xxxxxxxx gpresult /r >>c:\util\comp001.txt

need administrator account on each machine

certuranAuthor Commented:
Excuse me, I will come back to this question later. So I need to close it.

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certuranAuthor Commented:
Thank you
Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
Why no points?

You said thank you for what?

Reopen this and assign us points

Thank you
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