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KB-6056: How to report the group policy settings that are in effect for the local computer?

Centrify DirectControl ,  

31 December,15 at 10:08 PM

Applied to:
Centrify DirectControl 5.2.3+ on all OS platform
 
Question:
How to report the group policy settings that are in effect for the local computer?
 
Answer:
Starting DirectControl 5.2.3 [Centrify Server 2015.1 release] introduced a new command-line utility, adgpresult.  The adgpresult command enables Centrify Administrator to report the group policy settings that are in effect for the local computer, the current user, or a specified user. If Centrify Administrator have configured and applied a Group Policy Object to a site, domain, or organizational unit that includes a Centrify-managed computer, Centrify Administrator can use the adgpresult command to see the computer and user configuration policies that have been applied. The command displays a Resultant Set of Policies similar to the Microsoft Windows gpresult program.

Example usage and options
You can use the following options with this command:
-a, --all | Option displays both the computer and user group policy settings that are in effect for the local computer and the current user account.
-m, --machine | Option displays only the computer group policy settings that are currently in effect on the local computer.
-u, --user | The --user option displays only the user group policy settings that are in effect for the currently logged on user or for the user specified by the user_name argument.


Example:
To report only the computer configuration policies and save the results to a file, you could type a command similar this:
adgpresult --machine > /tmp/unix-rsop-rhel6

Please see attached Centrify Command Reference for detail.
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