Whats the problem with GPMC Search?
Built in Search facility available in Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) can be used to find the existence of a GPO Extension or a group of settings and not the actual individual setting or a user specified keyword. Also in GPMC search it is difficult to locate the GPOs, when you have more number of GPOs.
Why you have to go for JiJi GPO Search?
- Keyword Search: User can search GPOs by simply typing the setting name or value of their interest as keyword. User can search keyword across the GPOs under single or multiple domains.
Administrators can use the following keyword types:
- GPO Name or GUID
- WMI Filter
- Security Filter
- GPO Links
- Individual Setting Name or Value
- Software Installation
- Advanced Search: Advanced search provides more option in searching a keyword. You can search keyword in a particular extension or a policy type for the entire GPOs. More than one search criteria can be used here. Classifications such as SearchItem, Condition and Value can be chosen as in GPMC's search facility. Additionally a keyword input matching the setting name can be given.
- GPOViewer: Search listed GPOs can be viewed through GPOViewer. It lists only the configured settings of a GPO, unlike gpedit.msc, which lists all possible settings of a GPO.
- Export Searched GPOs: Export the searched GPO to CSV, Excel or PDF
- GPMC Integration: Fits in the GPMC console for administrators comfort.
- Multiple Domain Support: Can be applied to Multiple Domains.
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