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    Easy way to see how many computers a GPO is applied to?

    Any easy way to see this?
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    Say I have a computer config gpo applied to an OU with 10 computers in. Is there an easy way to see which computers have picked up this gpo and which havenít?
    I know I can run around the computers and see which gpo's have applied, but thinking there must be some sort of report system I can run centrally from the server?

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    Have you tried using Group Policy Management Console? It includes a Group policy results wizard which can be run against local or remote machines.

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    A starting point could be something like -- wmic /node:remote-machine-name product list brief



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