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Copying GPO

By k4k ·
How do i copy GPO ?

How do i see what are the policies that are enabled in a particular GPO ? i don't want to go to GPO & see a big list of what is enabled & what is disabled & what is Not Configured ?

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by maxwell edison In reply to Copying GPO

Q. How can I copy a GPO from one domain to another?

A. Windows 2000 stores information about a Group Policy Object (GPO) in Active Directory (AD) and as part of the SYSVOL structure that replicates among all domain controllers (DCs) within a domain. The AD GPO information consists of the GPO's name and globally unique identifier (GUID). To determine a GPO's GUID, you must load the GPO in Group Policy Editor (GPE) and select Properties from the root context menu. Alternatively, you can open acontainer that has the GPO applied to it, select the GPO, and click Properties. Whichever method you use, the 'Unique name' under the Summary section of the General tab will display the GUID.


The article is nicly illustrated, and shows the whole process.

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by cul8rm8e In reply to Copying GPO

Right click Administrators Templates after you open your Grop Policy and click on view, theres an option in there to show configured policy`s only,you can do this in either or both of (computer config) and (user config )

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