If you use GPOs to enforce baselines, you may find that your enterprise is moving from version 1.1 to version 1.2 of a GPO. Unfortunately for you, version 1.1 linked in a dozen places. Wouldn’t you rather just you search for version 1.1 and replace it with version 1.2? Use Update-GPOLinks.ps1 to do just that. The script not only finds all the original links and updates them to the new version, it also keeps the link order.Script Text
All the scripts are saved as .txt files. Newer files have a "View Script" button which will let you save or open a script in notepad. For earlier posts, the easiest way to download with IE is to right click on the link and use "Save Target As". Rename file from Name_ext.txt to Name.ext.
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