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Re: Find policies applied to an AD computer
From: "Nikhil Wagholikar" <visitnikhil () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2007 21:33:10 +0530

Hello Dummy Cerberus,

This is a common problem faced by new Microsoft Server Administrators.
So for this, Microsoft has designed a simple, but powerful tool called
"RSoP" i.e. Resultant Set of Policy.

The RSoP snap-in allows you to view the user and computer settings
that are applied to the computer the user running the tool is logged
onto.

Just click on Start - Run - type rsop.msc.

By this you would come to know, what all policies are applied to that
particular machine on which it is executed.

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Nikhil Wagholikar
Information Security Analyst
NII Consulting
Web: http://www.niiconsulting.com



On 8/24/07, Dummy cerberus <dummycerberus () gmail com> wrote:
Hello,

is there any free tool to fetch the policies that are currently being
applied to an ActiveDirectory computer? could you advice me one to
try?

Thanks in advance and best regards



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