Viewing the GPOs currently assigned to a computer

Once you start using Group Policy to distribute settings around to many client computers, it will quickly become important to be able to view the settings and policies that have or have not been applied to specific computers. Thankfully there is a command built right into the Windows operating system to display this information. There are a number of different switches that can be used with this command, so let's explore some of the most common ones that I see used by server administrators.

Getting ready

We have a number of GPOs in our domain now; some are applied at the top level of the domain and some are applied to only specific OUs. We are going to run some commands on our Server 2012 R2 web ...

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