Retrieve GPO using Security Filtering Group via Powershell or Any Script

Hello there,

We have a huge environment with tons of GPOs and would like to retrieve a GPO where security filtering (domain local) group is equal to "GROUP_A". What is the best way to do this?

I tried
$GPOs = Get-GPO -All -domain mycompany.com
Get-GPPermissions -domain mycompany.com -GUID. $GPO.Id -TargetName "MYCOMPANY\Group_A" -TargetType Group -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue

and it does not retrieve anything.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!
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footechCommented:
You would have to loop through the GPOs to retrieve the permissions for each.  Try something like the following:
$GPOs = Get-GPO -All -domain mycompany.com
foreach ( $GPO in $GPOs)
{
Get-GPPermissions -domain mycompany.com -GUID $GPO.Id -TargetName "MYCOMPANY\Group_A" -TargetType Group -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
}

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