GPO

Import specific GPO through powershell from the Backup all script

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This script is based on the backup all gpo script done here

The script will loop through all the GPO and you will be presented with a pop-up asking if you wish to import the specific GPO.

Backup all GPO in domain through Powershell

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Remove all mapped printers from a specific printserver in powershell

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I was working on a print-migration and needed to remove all mapped printers to the old print server on all clients. I made this script and placed it under login script in the same GPO as the new distributed printer GPO. This way then the new printers will be deployed for all users the old ones will automatically be removed.

Change the “\PRINT-SERVER” in the script to your print-server and the script will remove all mapped printers that contain that print-server path.

Done, now all your mapped printers that contained the path entered will be deleted!

Allow interactive users to change power options in Windows (2000, XP, VISTA, 7)

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Standard users dont have the privilege to change the power option in Windows (2000, XP, VISTA, 7) so I needed to change this for my users.

All you have to do is give permissions on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionControls FolderPowerCfg to the Interactive user, this is easily done through GPO.

1. Start GPMC.mmc on your DC
2. Create a new GP or edit an existing one
3. Go to Computer Configuration > Windows settings > Security Settngs > Registry
4. Add a new key and select registry key -> “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionControls FolderPowerCfg”
5. Give full permission to Interactive user on this and child objects

Activate the GPO and do a gpupdate /force on your test client and check out the result, the interactive user can now change power options.

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