How to view RSoP Reports?



Select option under AD Reports button. The Configuration Settings will appear on the screen which will allow you to select a domain and a corresponding domain controller. The report window will be launched after the domain and the selected domain controller are validated.
Select and expand the domain node in the left pane of the newly launched report window, and then click on RSoP.
 
Note:   RSoP reports can be generated for Domain Controllers running Windows Server 2003 and later.
 
RSoP report
 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Policy, Setting, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:
  
 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Policy, Setting, Source GPO}
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Policy, Setting, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Policy, Log Success, Log Failure, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Policy, Setting, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Policy, Setting, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Group Name, Members, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Service Name, Startup Mode, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Object Path, Mode, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Object Path, Mode, Source GPO}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, Policy Name, Description, Source GPO, Precedence}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, GPO Name, GUID Name, ID, Access Denied, Enabled, File System Path, Filter Allowed, WMI Filter ID, Version}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below:

 
Click on tab to view the following information: {Object Name, GPO Name, Applied Order, Enabled, Link Order, No Override, SOM Order}.
 
The output would be displayed as shown below: