Would you like to learn how to list all group policy objects in the domain using the command line? This tutorial will show you how to use the command line to list all GPOs in Active Directory.

• Windows 2012 R2
• Windows 2016
• Windows 2019
• Windows 10
• Windows 11

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Powershell - List all Group policy objects

Start a Powershell command-line.

Start Powershell

List all GPO names.

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List all group policy object names and IDs.

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Translate the GUID to the GPO name.

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Translate the GPO name to GUID.

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List all GPO links.

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List all links of a specific GPO.

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List all GPO permissions.

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List permissions of a specific GPO.

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List all group policy objects using LDAP.

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Some commands require the installation of the Powershell module for Active Directory management.

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Congratulations! You are able to list group policy objects using Powershell.