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GPOADmin 5.13.5 - User Guide

Introducing Quest GPOADmin Configuring GPOADmin Using GPOADmin
Connecting to the Version Control system Navigating the GPOADmin console Search folders Accessing the GPMC extension Configuring user preferences Working with the live environment Working with controlled objects (version control root) Checking compliance Editing objects Synchronizing GPOs Exporting and importing
Creating Reports Working with the GPOADmin Dashboard Appendix: Windows PowerShell Commands Appendix: GPOADmin Event Log Appendix: GPOADmin Backup and Recovery Procedures Appendix: Customizing your workflow Appendix: GPOADmin Silent Installation Commands About Us

Creating scripts

Logon, logoff, Startup and Shutdown scripts contained in the SYSVOLS Scripts folder (and its subfolders) can be registered and will be detected by the Watcher Service and reported as non-compliant.

Users with the appropriate permission can propose the creation of a script that does not currently exist in the enterprise environment and have it placed within the Version Control system.

Creating Desired State Configuration (DSC) PowerShell scripts

Desired State Configuration (DSC) extends Microsoft PowerShell to facilitate environment configuration – including your GPO deployment. Users with the appropriate permission can propose the creation of a script that does not currently exist in the enterprise environment and have it placed within the Version Control system.

Restoring an object to a previous version

You can easily create a report that displays the historical settings for objects in the Version Control system or a comparison of versions to locate the differences. For more information, see Establishing Management for an Object and Creating Reports .

You can also import settings from any version in the history of the Version Control System, as well as links between Group Policy Objects and Scopes of Management. This effectively creates a roll back to an earlier set of parameters. You must have the object checked out to perform this action. You must also have the Link right to restore links. For more information, see Configuring role-based delegation .

Rolling back to a particular version of a workflow enabled GPO does not affect the live enterprise environment until it has gone through the complete approval process. For a workflow disabled GPO, the effect is immediate.

From this point forward, the basic workflow of GPOADmin takes over once again. You must check in and approve the changes to have them go live in the enterprise environment.

For information about restoring inks, see Restoring links to a previous version .

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Expand the Version Control Root node and select the required container.
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Click Close.
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Restoring links to a previous version

You can restore the links between a GPO and its Scopes of Management, either to the last backup settings or to a specific history version that you select.

The affected Scopes of Management must be in the Available state, and the user must have rights to edit the SOMs, as well as the Link right, to restore the links. For more information, see Configuring role-based delegation .

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Expand the Version Control Root node and the required container.
To restore the object and the links together, select Get and then select the Restore GPO Links in the Comment box.
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In the Restore Links box, you can review the settings that will be restored (right side) and use the toolbar buttons at the top to change the link order, remove links, or set other group policy properties.
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Click OK and close the History box to complete the restore.

You can also restore Scope of Management links when rolling back a noncompliant GPO and when restoring a deleted GPO. For more information see, Checking compliance .

To restore the object and the links together, select Get and then select the Restore GPO Links in the Comment box.
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In the Restore Links dialog box, you can review the settings that will be restored (right side) and use the toolbar buttons at the top to change the link order, remove links, or set other group policy properties.
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Click OK and close the History box to complete the restore.
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