get-GPOBackup

1.58

PowerShell script to periodically back up the Group Policy and documentation of version using HTML reports. Ideal as a scheduled task to perform regular backups of the GPO. Each backup creates a new subfolder with a time stamp.
The script does not require Administrative privileges. If the script runs with Administrative privileges, it will write status information to
PowerShell script to periodically back up the Group Policy and documentation of version using HTML reports. Ideal as a scheduled task to perform regular backups of the GPO. Each backup creates a new subfolder with a time stamp.
The script does not require Administrative privileges. If the script runs with Administrative privileges, it will write status information to the event log.
Based opon the german blog article contained in the link. Get the actual Script version from Microsoft TechNet: http://bit.ly/gpobackup
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Installation Options

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Install-Script -Name get-GPOBackup

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Author(s)

Fabian Niesen (Infrastrukturhelden.de)

Copyright

Fabian Niesen 2018

Owners

Tags

GPO Grouppolicy Backup

Dependencies

This script has no dependencies.

Release Notes

Add Centralstore Policy Definition with the Switch -PolicyDefinition to the script. It is supported on DC and non-DC computer

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.58 (current version) 14 3/12/2019
1.56 30 12/17/2018