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GPO Reporter HTA

Posted on March 19th, 2009

This HTA (gporeporter) allows you to export GPO settings into HTML files.  This is a good way to document and to search GPO settings.  Requires the Group Policy Management Console, you will be prompted to install it if necessary. Note: The GPMC does not work with Windows 7.

Update: 6/10/13:  I have published a PowerShell version of the GPO Reporter.

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