Show your account and windows policy settings with Results of Policy msc.

rsop.msc
Type this into windows via run and it will display to you your complete policy for windows. This includes group policy, security policy and your active directory account (min password etc).... www.fir3net.com

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By: felix001
2009-06-26 11:19:50

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I don't understand why this command got voted down. It's a legitimate command line that's useful. Being "windows only" shouldn't be a pejorative; how many linux only or mac os x only commands are there on this site again?? +1
thebillywayne · 620 weeks and 1 day ago
Voted up, because it is useful, after all.
kaedenn · 620 weeks ago
Thanks guys...
felix001 · 619 weeks and 6 days ago
It's not a command but a shortcut to an application. It launches a GUI, IMO it does fit in the same CLI category as winword.exe would
netizen · 619 weeks and 5 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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