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Group Policy Settings (GPO)

Reference Number: AA-01135 Created: 2012-09-21 08:46 Last Updated: 2012-10-09 13:04 0 Rating/ Voters

Windows Server 2008 - Viewing Group Policy Settings (GPO)

You can view the Group Policy Objects (GPO) that are set for your Windows virtual server by following the instructions listed below.


  • Remote desktop into your server.


  • Once you're logged in press the START button and then click on RUN.


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  • Next type "cmd" into the Run window and press the OK button


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  • Next type the following command into the Command window.
    gpresult /h C:\users\VPSxxxxAdmin\Documents\gpreport.html 


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  • The next step is to browse to the location that you saved the report to (EX: C:\users\VPSxxxxAdmin\Documents\) and then open the "gpreport.html" file. This will open in a web browser and display the current GPO settings for your server.

Windows Server 2012 - Viewing Group Policy Settings (GPO)

You can view the Group Policy Objects (GPO) that are set for your Windows virtual server by following the instructions listed below.


  • Remote desktop into your server.


  • Once you're logged in, make sure you're desktop is full screen and press the Windows key on your keyboard to bring up the new start menu. Immediately begin typing "cmd" and hit Enter or click the "Command Prompt" application you see.


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  • Next type the following command into the Command window.
    gpresult /h C:\users\VPSxxxxAdmin\Documents\gpreport.html 


Image:GPO-Settings3.jpg


  • The next step is to browse to the location that you saved the report to (EX: C:\users\VPSxxxxAdmin\Documents\) and then open the "gpreport.html" file. This will open in a web browser and display the current GPO settings for your server.
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