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    Group Policy - List all items

    Hi Guys

    I am trying to get a list of all the software we have deployed in Group Policy so we have a list to work on for Windows 7.

    Does anyone know a way to export a list of Group Policy Items to say a text file?

    Thanks

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    Just right click the software installation icon in the GPO and select export list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH View Post
    Just right click the software installation icon in the GPO and select export list.
    Cannot find an export button. Basically I want a list of everything under Group Policy Objects.

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    Go into each GPO and get to computer config/Software installation/software installation. Then right click and choose export list.

    Hope that helps

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    Yes thanks that is there. I am just after a list of every policy under group policy objects. We do not need the settings for each one just simply a list in text format or every policy name if that makes sense?

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    Any other ideas?

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    Use group policy management console?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busybub View Post
    Use group policy management console?
    How? Im a noob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busybub View Post
    Use group policy management console?
    We do. There is no option to export every GPO as a list.

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    Does all the software reside on the same network share? ie \\server\installs or something similar. You can find out by looking at the location on a software package.
    As there are lots of GPOs with lots of software this may be the easiest way to find everything.
    Of course, if your software is all over the place this can be difficult. It was a problem here until I managed to centralise everything and it may be worth doing if you are going over to win 7/2008R2 anyway

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