I manage a secure control network, that does not currently have a domain. We are running Windows 7. We use local accounts, and I have some basic local group policy settings configured. I was looking for a way to document and audit these settings, and found that GPResult does a really nice job of reporting most of my settings. However the sections Account Policies and Audit Policy, under the Computer Configuration section, show N/A for the results.
I have Password length and complexity requirements set, as well as Audit Policies in the Local Group Policy. If I run auditpol.exe it shows me that the Audit Policy I set is in affect.
The command I am running is: gpresult -Z -F >C:\Temp\report.txt
When I run that command on my domain computer, it shows the Default Domain Policy settings for Passwords and Audit. Does it show up as N/A because this section only reports on Domain based Policies? I thought it was supposed to report whatever the RSOP is.