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C:\Windows>netsh ipsec static show gpoassignedpolicy ? Usage: gpoassignedpolicy [name = ] Displays the details of the active policy for the specified GPO. Parameters: Tag Value Name -Local AD Group policy object name. Remarks: 1. if the current store is domain, the name parameter is required, otherwise it is not allowed Examples: 1. show gpoassignedpolicy name=GPO1 - shows the assigned domain policy to GPO1. 2. show gpoassignedpolicy - shows currently assigned policy on this computer.

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netsh ipsec static show gpoassignedpolicy - Windows Seven - command Displays details of a group assigned policy. / Windows Seven
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