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Re: Find policies applied to an AD computer
From: "Dummy cerberus" <dummycerberus () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 20:36:07 +0200
No, I have no experience at all with AD GPOs and so on...
I will try that command, and sorry for my lack of knowledge...
I need it because I'm facing a stablished AD structure, with several
OU's correspondieng to branch offices and so on... I think (maybe I'm
wrong, would appreciate your advice) that , just like users, computers
should be included in the OU correponding to the branch office where
they are located(currently they aren't organized at all, but randomly
distributed across the AD tree9...
The problem is that I have no doc about where are the GPO currently
appliying to computers stored... and I thought that maybe I could find
where are located all GPOs that apply to a given computer, just to
move them with the computer to the OU corresponding to the branch
On 8/24/07, Tony Derricott <tonyd () farmersebank com> wrote:
Did you know that you can type "gpresult" at a command line?
Information Technology Specialist
Farmers State Bank
103 Main St
Victor, MT 59875
tonyd () farmersebank com
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Sent: Friday, August 24, 2007 6:00 AM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Find policies applied to an AD computer
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