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View Group Policy settings in HTML

Updated: January 21, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

View Group Policy settings in HTML

In Help and Support Center, the Advanced System Information - Policy tool provides an HTML report of Group Policy settings and Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP) as applied to the local computer and currently logged on user. This tool uses the same functions as RSoP logging mode to determine policy settings specified in the system logging provider (CIMOM database through WMI). Although this tool does not provide the level of detail provided by the RSoP snap-in, it can help you quickly determine the policy settings that are currently applied. For more information, see View an RSoP report in HTML.

Use Advanced System Information - Policy to view the following:

  • Group Policy results for local computer, which includes the following:

    • Computer Information: Computer name, domain, site, and last time Group Policy was applied

    • Applied Group Policy objects

    • Security group membership when Group Policy was applied

    • Startup scripts

    • Shutdown scripts

    • Security settings - Restricted groups

    • Security settings - File system

    • Security settings - Registry

    • Programs Installed (by using Group Policy Software Installation)

    • Programs listed in Add or Remove Programs (determined by last use of current user)

    • Registry settings

  • Group Policy results for current user, which includes the following:

    • User Information: User name, domain, and last time Group Policy was applied

    • Applied Group Policy objects

    • Security group membership when Group Policy was applied

    • Internet Explorer automatic browser configuration

    • Internet Explorer proxy server settings

    • Logon scripts

    • Logoff scripts

    • Redirected folders

    • Programs installed (by using Software Installation)

    • Programs listed in Add or Remove Programs (determined by last use of current user)

    • Registry settings

Note

  • The RSoP snap-in provides more detailed information about applied policy settings. For more information, see Using the RSoP Snap-in.

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