Script to import reg files with specific ou

Hi Experts,

We need help creating a script file that will import 6 reg files through GPO and exclude on GPO. Any help much appreciated. Thanks.
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Matt MinorTechnical Systems AnalystCommented:
You can accomplish this by creating a batch file as follows:

regedit /s \\server\folder\item.reg

Place the reg items to be imported in an accessible location, and then create a startup-script GPO targeted to the desired OU.

Is that kind of what you are getting at?
jaya31Author Commented:
Hi Matt,

Thanks.  Manager wants one script that will import to all OU's except one
Matt MinorTechnical Systems AnalystCommented:
You could create a security group for all of the computer objects under that OU and add each computer as a member. In your group policy filtering, add that group with Deny read/apply so the inherited Gpo would be filtered out on all of those machines.

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jaya31Author Commented:
That could work,  just a tedious adding each computer
Matt MinorTechnical Systems AnalystCommented:
You could add them all in bulk
jaya31Author Commented:
Hi Matt,

Apologies for the delay, I was away, going to test and update you
jaya31Author Commented:

I tested but I'm not understanding. I created a security group with all the computers I need and omitted the ones I do. In GPO I go to startup to add the cmd, but I don't see anywhere to choose the security group.
jaya31Author Commented:
Thanks again, sorry for the delay. We ended up using the bat script and the add registry files built in to the GPO. Also, we used Matt's suggestion to create a security group and deny the machines and users we didn't want to the script to run on. Thanks.
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