Windows 10 Group policy for the entire domain

I am Implementing a workstation 10 security Group policy according to C.I.S standards. I have the settings configured on a windows 10 box but they are "local computer policy" how do I export the policy into a domain group policy?
iamuserAsked:
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McKnifeCommented:
Install RSAT on win10, start GPMC on win10, connect to your DC, voila, there you have your setting.
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carlos sotoIT AdministratorCommented:
hi

maybe this can help Local to Domain GPO
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iamuserAuthor Commented:
thanks, the question I have then is this, will the workstation specific settings be available for editing once I load the policy into the domain?
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carlos sotoIT AdministratorCommented:
Not shure i understand your question correclty but a domain GPO overrides a local GPO, if there is a conflict.
If you mean that you want to apply a specific policy to a specific computer through a domain GPO as you did with the local GPO, then yes
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iamuserAuthor Commented:
My Domain level is 2008 R2, I have 2 win 2012 Domain controller and 1 2008 R2 domain controller.

So I looked at the link and you can only export the security portion of the local group policy into the domain. here's the problem, on the local workstation 10 security policy (in administrative templates, services) there is an Internet information service setting, "prevent IIS installation". That setting does not exist in the domain policy and I cannot edit such setting.

I also cannot export the administrative template from the workstation policy. So how do i get this setting into the domain policy?
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iamuserAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all the help
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