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AD commands for viewing and exporting GPO settings

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Do any of the AD powershell commands export all settings for a specific GPO which you specify? And if so can an example be provided where results are written to CSV?

Can you run these remotely, or do you need to run them directly on a DC?
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I am not sure if  you can export the GPO settings to csv, you can try XML or HTML which is easy to read..
Examples...
Get-GPO -All | % {$_.GenerateReport('html') | Out-File "C:\GPOReports\$($_.DisplayName).htm"}


Get-GPOReport -All -Domain sales.contoso.com -Server DC1 -ReportType XML -Path C:\GPOReports\GPOReportsAll.xml

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This require GroupPolicy PowerShell module (Win 2008 R2 and above).
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