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Summary: Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to obtain a permissions report for a specific Group Policy Object (GPO).
How can I use Windows PowerShell to obtain a report of permissions for a specific Group Policy Object (GPO)?
Use the Get-GPPermission cmdlet, specify the name of the GPO and use –all to obtain permissions for all users, as shown here.
Get-GPPermission –name backuponlogoff -all
Great tip! I am now going through and using powershell to document all my GPO settings as well as the permissions! One thing I did see is that the command is actually Get-GPPermissions.
@Rich I am glad you like the tip, and that you find it useful. Thanks for the feedback.