gpresult: This command line tool displays the Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP) for a target user and computer.
The command: "gpresult" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available
The examples for the command "gpresult"
Here are some examples of using the `gpresult`
command in the Windows Command Prompt (cmd):
Example 1: View Group Policy results for the current user and computer:
This command displays a summary of Group Policy results for the current user and computer.
Example 2: View Group Policy results for a specific user:
gpresult /user username /r
with the desired username. This command displays the Group Policy results for a specific user.
Example 3: View Group Policy results for a specific computer:
gpresult /computer computernames /r
Replace "computer name"
with the name of the computer you want. This command displays the Group Policy results for a specific computer.
Example 4: Export Group Policy results to an HTML file:
gpresult /h results.html
This command exports the Group Policy results to an HTML file named results.html. You can customize the file name and path as needed.
Example 5: Show GPOs for the current user:
gpresult /Scope User /v
This command displays detailed information about the applied GPOs for the current user.
Example 6: Show GPOs for the current computer:
gpresult /Scope Computer /v
This command displays detailed information about the applied GPOs for the current computer.
Some of the examples may require administrative rights or specific permissions. Make sure you're running Command Prompt as an administrator if necessary and that you have the appropriate access rights.
"gpresult" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19045.3693]
(c) Copyright 1985-2023 Microsoft Corp.
GPRESULT [/S system [/U username [/P [password]]]] [/SCOPE scope]
[/USER targetusername] [/V | /Z]
This command line tool displays the Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP)
for a target user and computer.
/S system Specifies the remote system to connect
/U [domain\]user Specifies the user context under which
the command should execute.
/P [password] Specifies the password for the given
user context. Prompts for input if omitted.
/USER [domain\]user Specifies the user name for which the
RSOP data is to be displayed.
/SCOPE scope Specifies whether the user or the
computer settings needs to be
Valid values: "USER", "COMPUTER".
/V Specifies that the verbose information
is to be displayed. Verbose information
details specific settings that have
been applied with a precedence of 1.
/Z Specifies that the super-verbose
information is to be displayed. Super-
verbose information details specific
settings that have been applied with a
precedence of 1 and higher. This allows
you to see if a setting was set in
multiple places. See the Group Policy
online help for more information.
/? Displays this help/usage.
NOTE: If you run GPRESULT without parameters, it returns the RSoP data
for the current logged-on user on the computer it was run on.
GPRESULT /USER targetusername /V
GPRESULT /S system /USER targetusername /SCOPE COMPUTER /Z
GPRESULT /S system /U username /P password /SCOPE USER /V
Important information, tips for the "gpresult" command
Here are some fixes and improvements to the examples:
There are a few important considerations when using the `gpresult`
command in the Windows Command Prompt:
1: Administrator rights:
Make sure you run Command Prompt as an administrator to have full access rights to get Group Policy results. Some information requires elevated privileges.
Right click -> "Run as administrator"
2: Specify policy scope:
Use the `/Scope`
option to specify the scope of Group Policy you want to check. The options are `User`
gpresult /Scope User /r
3: Select user or computer level:
Choose the correct area based on what you want to check. `gpresult`
displays either user or computer level, depending on the scope specified.
4: Export results:
If you want to export the results, use the `/h`
option followed by a filename and path for the HTML output.
gpresult /h results.html
5: Use verbosity levels:
option allows detailed viewing of Group Policy results. This can be particularly useful for understanding what policies are applied to the user or computer.
6: Remote Computer Access:
You can also use `gpresult`
to display Group Policy results for a remote computer. This requires appropriate network and administrative permissions.
gpresult /s RemoteComputer /u username /p password /r
7: Check documentation:
Check official Microsoft documentation or other trusted resources for specific details and options for the `gpresult`
Be sure to consider these points to use `gpresult`
effectively and correctly. This ensures that you receive accurate information about the GPOs applied.