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Documenting Group Policy Objects with Powershell

Patrick Gruenauer builds a report:

Active Directory Group Policies (GPO) enables you to control user and computer settings. It is important to document them. In this blog post I am going to show you two PowerShell commands which create a GPO HTML Report. Let’s dive in.

To store all GPO Settings from all GPOs in one file run this command. Don’t forget to provide your domain name and the path of the report file.

Click through for that code snippet, as well as another one which builds an HTML report for each GPO.