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Group Policy

Discussion in 'Windows Server 2003 / 2008 / 2012 Exams' started by AJ, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. AJ

    AJ Administrator Administrator

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    Anyone know of a tool that lets you look at Windows 2000 Group Policy and then print it out in a hierarcical form so you can follow the setting through the tree? I've been trying to trace ours at school, been at it all morning and I am basically cheesed off with it at the moment. :( I know that Windows 2003 server has something like that but it won't run on W2K.

    Cheers

    AJ
     
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  2. Phil
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    If you have an XP machine on the network you could run the Group Policy Management Console, apart from that I havent come across any that are free. I think they are out there if you are willing to shell out.
     
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    Cheers Phil, thought so. I'll have to load up an XP machine and give it ago.

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    Try GPOResult , resource kit tool, free download from MS.
    I think this is the tool which Phil is referring to as it is included with 2K3 and XP but was NOT included by default with 2K
     
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  5. Phil
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    Hi Dreec, I wasn't referring to gpresult I was referring to the Group Policy Management Console which is an mmc snapin tool available free from MS but will only run on XP or 2003 with .net 1.1 installed, it will manage 2000 a AD but some 2003 features will be disabled such as rsop. It makes managing Group Policies almost a pleasure.... almost :)
     
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  6. AJ

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    Works almost( :?: ) like a dream Phil, got everything that I need. :D

    Cheers M8

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  7. Phil
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    :D no probs
     
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    Phil, thanks for the info. Not really looked at 2k3 or XP in great depth, too busy with CCNP, & Security+.
     
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    No probs dreec, how far are you along with the CCNP and security+ ? I looked at doing the CCNP a while ago but I don't work with cisco kit enough.
     
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    Phil - Security+, took once failed. The only exam where I scored over 83% and STILL failed. Missed it by 9 points (approx 1 question). So then I decided I'd better read a book!! Should be taking it again within next week or so.
    CCNP - Not really started to study in any great depth, just 'skimming' the waves at the moment.
    I don't work with Cisco kit on a day to day basis, but do have a lab at home which would probably rival most business networks.
    As I said in a previous post, never been on a formal training course, so the money I saved there I spend on kit!! Seems to work for me.
     
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