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    windows 2008 R2 GPO

    I was wondering if there is a way to get all the scripts from GP and store them on a flash drive, to transfer to another server not on the same domain? This way I can test logon scripts and policies and not mess up the original server.

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    Hi

    You can export gpos Export a GPO to a File but at the end of the day the scripts can be anywhere so you will have to copy and paste them. Some people are very organized and put all there scripts on one folder but not many.

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    Thanks, Ricki ! I thought that might be the case.



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