Hi, can anyone help me find a way to output the name and source location of software that is assigned in gpo's? Maybe a powershell script or outputting into excel with just this info? The reason for asking is we have many policies that contain many software titles within a single gpo. We want to create individual policies for each piece of software. Having the list would really help with doing this.

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Make an empty test OU and add all the GPO's to it. Then run the Resultant Set of Policy MMC Snap In against that OU. That should give you your list.
Answered 11/04/2014 by: h2opolo25
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