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    export RSOP

    Is there a way of getting an output of every GPO setting.

    I need to make some documentation and dont really fancy taking a screen shot of every single GPO Item that is set.

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    GPMC: You can save the page with all the configured settings in a GPO to an html file (and cut paste from there to word or whatever).

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    Thanks, that was good enough.. I Was trying to find a way to save it from within the actual group policy item rather than just the console

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