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Determine if a local GPO is enabled from the command line

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Jerry D.Flag for United States of America asked on
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I have to check if a local group policy has been enabled on a Server 2012 non-domain joined host. Is there a way to accomplish this via the command line? I do not want a list of all GPOs using gpresult. I'm basically looking to run a command from Powershell that either calls another command line utility, or can be achieved via a Powershell cmdlet. Get-GPO doesn't seem to do what I need. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Ben Personick (Previously QCubed)Flag of United States of America imageLead SaaS Infrastructure Engineer

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