GPResult in Windows 10
Not sure if this is the right subforum, I guess it could also go in networking, but anyway...
I'm trying to test my company's Group Policy Objects. I'm used to using the command "gpresult /h gpo.html" but what I've noticed is that in Windows 10, that only shows the "user" scope, not "computer"
If I have a GPO that only has computer-level settings, it doesn't show up in that report at all - it's as if it doesn't exist!
I tried "gpresult /scope computer /h gpo.html" and got "Access denied". I'm in the Administrators group and UAC prompts are turned off, so I'm not sure what the problem is.
Am I missing something here?
What you are missing is that although you are an admin user and UAC is turned off, you don't have built-in admin rights needed to check other than user level policies with GPRESULT.
To check the computer level (/scope computer) you have to use an elevated PowerShell or Command Prompt, whichever you prefer.
Ah, that worked. Surprised I missed such a simple solution.
You have no idea how often that happens to me . Good to know you got it working.,