Export group policy to excel

My initially referral would be to simply save it to CSV format instead. Going directly to Excel have the right to be a little bit tough because you either have to use a COM object or effectively formatted XML.

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Save it to CSV, then pack that into Excel.


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I have tried the Action >Export list as CSV, yet this only reflects 3 items (the headings) no settings or information about security and so on.

What choices exist? this have to be a common need to compare the settings between GPO"s and also to import into an XLS. HTML report is not suitable for my needs

I"m keen to check out your responses


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Unfortunately, with Powershell, your not going to get all of the settings in each GPO. This is done either through GPMC or some third party tool that is preinstalled that have the right to then generate those kind of reports. With powershell, you can acquire what GPOs you have actually and their properties and also wbelow they are attached at. I think you can get some of the settings in the Admin Templates making use of the Group Policy cmdlets in Win2K8, yet aacquire, it could not gain you whatever you need.

Some links that can be useful:

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd367856%28WS.10%29.aspx

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee461027.aspx

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.06.gpmanagement.aspx


Friday, August 20, 2010 12:50 AM

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My first recommendation would certainly be to sindicate conserve it to CSV format rather. Going directly to Excel deserve to be a little challenging bereason you either have to usage a COM object or effectively formatted XML.

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Save it to CSV, then load that right into Excel.


Tuesday, August 10, 2010 4:02 AM
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I have tried the Action >Export list as CSV, however this just reflects 3 items (the headings) no settings or information concerning defense etc.

What alternatives exist? this need to be a prevalent must compare the settings between GPO"s and also to import right into an XLS. HTML report is not suitable for my needs

I"m keen to read your responses


Thursday, August 19, 2010 11:38 AM
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Unfortunately, through Powershell, your not going to get every one of the settings in each GPO. This is done either via GPMC or some 3rd party tool that is preinstalled that can then generate those type of reports. With powershell, you deserve to obtain what GPOs you have and also their properties and also also where they are connected at. I think you can gain some of the settings in the Admin Templates utilizing the Group Policy cmdallows in Win2K8, however again, it can not get you every little thing you require.

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Some web links that could be useful:

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd367856%28WS.10%29.aspx

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee461027.aspx

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.06.gpmonitoring.aspx


Friday, August 20, 2010 12:50 AM
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I am acquiring the adhering to error

Script out of range

code : 800A009

resource : Microsoft vbmanuscript runtime error


Thursday, May 29, 2014 2:01 PM
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Thanks Merijn, yet, no matter where I specify the XML file place (c: emp, and so on.), the manuscript tells me that the area does not exist. I do not understand what"s up with that, however for me this is not valuable. Thanks anyway, and also I know it took many initiative to create this, and also I realise others are making use of it just fine. And yes, I am making use of a domain admin account to run it, so permissions/legal rights are not the culprit. Thanks anyway!
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 8:40 PM
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This is a really old thcheck out. Don"t usage the VBScript tip, which is lengthy, complicated, and also stops working. No one will certainly take the time to troubleshoot it. Keep in mind the replies marked as answers close to the top of the thread. If exporting to a CSV doesn"t meet your requirements, then use a PowerCovering solution.

Edit: Also, look for a manuscript to meet your requirements in the Script Gallery. Group Policy scripts here:

https://gallery.classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/site/search?f%5B0%5D.Type=RootCategory&f%5B0%5D.Value=grouppolicy&f%5B0%5D.Text=Group%20Policy

Ricdifficult Mueller - MVP Enterpincrease Mobility (Identity and Access)


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