Let's take a look at Group Policy Preferences Registry.xml . . .
Every GPO has a Unique ID (GUID). This can be found in the GPO Details
In the Domain Sysvol, the Unique ID is in the Policies. If you have set a GPP Registry item, all the Registry entries are saved in a file called Registry.xml.
If you have installed the OSDeploy PowerShell Module . . .
You can easily read the GPP Registry.xml file in PowerShell
OSConfig automatically applies Group Policy Preferences Registry.xml when the GPO is added into the LocalPolicy Customization
Last updated Wed Sep 05 2018 06:33:56 GMT+0000 (UTC)