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    Examine GPO's

    How do I look at the GPO's set up on the server? Dumb question of the week...

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    Admin Tools / Group Policy Management

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    Do you mean looking at the GPOs for your domain by going to Administrative Tools -> Group policy management?

    Or do you mean looking at the GPOs being applied to the server by running 'gpresult'?

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    Do you mean distributed from that server, or which apply to it?

    if from: open administrative tools -> Group Policy Management; you'll see you AD structure with an added OU of "Group Policy Objects"

    if to: open a cmd prompt and type "gpresult /R"

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    Not sure what i mean, as it happens. Will try the methods given above and see which result is the one i want!

    Where do I go to collect my numpty award... over there is it....

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    Ah matey...don't be too hard on yourself

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    look for 'GPMC sample scripts', downloadable from microsoft - one of them will do what you need ...

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    Type rsop.msc at a command prompt to get the resultant set of policy as well

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