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Get Resultant Set of Polices (RSOP) with User Selection

Posted on March 1st, 2017

The Get-GPResultantSetOfPolicy cmdlet in the GroupPolicy module of PowerShell has a parameter for a user name.  Often I have no idea who has logged onto the computer.  Get-RSOP.ps1 uses WMI to give you a pick list of users on the remote computer and then passes that to the user parameter of Get-GPResultantSetOfPolicy.

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