How To Find The Registry Keys A Group Policy Object (GPO) Modifies Using PowerShell
Think you can do better? Show us!
If you have ever worked with Group Policy, you know that it is powerful. You can set a policy on all of your computers in your entire organization with just a few clicks. Now each of those settings correlates to a registry value, or at least so they say, right? Well, when you need to find which registry values are set by a GPO, you’ll need to open up a PowerShell console and sit back and watch this video! In this video, Anthony will show you how to find all of the registry keys a GPO modifies using PowerShell. He’ll even show you how to find all the registry keys modified by all your GPOs in your entire Active Directory if you’d like. This involves using the Get-GPRegistry cmdlet and some PowerShell wizardry. Prerequisites Include: Group Policy PowerShell module