Powershell: How to run RSOP for a User and get a nice, clean HTML output
Instead of just running Resultant Set of Policies (RSOP) on the client or from the GPMC console (which is extremely slow!), you can run this Powershell command to get the ouput in a nice, clean HTML file.
In this example I will get the Resultant Set of Policies for user Daniel in the Contoso domain, who uses the computer Windows8computer. The output will be in HTML and the filename will be D:\rsop.html.
Get-GPResultantSetOfPolicy -user Contoso\Daniel -computer Windows8computer -ReportType Html -Path D:\rsop.html
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Daniel Classon works as a Senior Consultant at Mansoft, focusing on Microsoft Configuration Manager, Windows 10 and Powershell
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