Powershell script to extract settings

Hello,

I have a group policy object with about 40 settings in preferences under computers. Is there a way to export these settings to a file and if possible a way to import them into a new GPO in another domain.

Thanks.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Unfortunately there is no way to export specific settings from a GPO specifically. If you want to export all settings for a specific user you can use the following command...

GPResult.exe /V >> c:\filename.txt

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This will export all of the GPO settings to a text file for a specific user.

Because you cannot export specific settings from a GPO this means you cannot import specific settings either.

If you have settings that you use across multiple GPO's then the best method for this is to create a Starter GPO.

Which will contain all of the settings as a baseline and then you add more from therre.

Starter GPO
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753200.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396

Will.
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footechCommented:
You can also backup a specific GPO and then import its settings into a GPO you create in the new domain.  From your question it's not clear to me whether you just need certain settings from a certain GPO - that you can't do.
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