Note You can still see the PowerShell settings on the PowerShell Scripts tab. But those settings are neither distributed to clients nor displayed in the GPResult command-line tool (Gpresult.exe).
This operation does not delete the PowerShell script files or the PowerShell script settings in the Psscripts.ini file. Therefore, you can still see the settings in Group Policy Management Editor.
To determine the value of the gPCUserExtensionNames property of the GPO, follow these steps:
- Open Adsiedit.msc.
- Expand the domain NC->DC=domain, DC=ext -> CN=System -> CN=Policies.
- Right-click the GUID of the GPO, and then click Properties on the shortcut menu. You can see the gPCUserExtensionNames value on the Attributes tab.
Article ID: 3071417 - Last Review: Jun 19, 2015 - Revision: 1