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Gpfixup command - Syntax, Switches, Options and Examples

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Use of Gpfixup command:

Gpfixup command is  used to fix domain name dependencies in Group Policy Objects (GPOs) and Group Policy links after a domain rename operation.

 

Gpfixup command Syntax:

Gpfixup [/v]

[ /olddns: /newdns:]

[ /oldnb: /newnb:]

[/dc:] [ /sionly]

[/user: [ /pwd:{|*}]] [/?]

 

Gpfixup command Switches:

/v -> Show detailed status message.

/oldns -> Old DNS name of the renamed domain is OLDDNSNAME when the DNS name of the domain is changed.This parameter can only if /newdns is specified.

/newdns -> New DNS name of the renamed domain is NEWDNSNAME if the DNS name of domain is changed.This parameter can only if /olddns is specified.

/oldnb -> Old NetBIOS name of the renamed domain as OLDFLATNAME if NetBIOS name of a domain is changed. This parameter can only if /newnb is specified.

/newnb -> New NetBIOS name of the renamed domain as NEWFLATNAME if NetBIOS name of a domain is changed. This parameter can only if /oldnb is specified.

/dc -> Connect DC to the domain controller named DCNAME (a DNS name or a NetBIOS name).

/sionly -> Performs only the Group Policy fix that relates to managed software installation .

/user -> Runs this command in the security context of user.

/pwd:{|*} -> Password for the user USERNAME;if * is specified instead of a password then prompt for password.

 

Gpfixup command Example:

Show  Gpfixup command to connect to the domain controller named MyDcDnsName and repair GPOs , type:

Gpfixup /olddns: MyOldDnsName /newdns:MyNewDnsName /oldnb:MyOldNetBIOSName /newnb:MyNewNetBIOSName /dc:MyDcDnsName 2>&1 >gpfixup.log

 

 

 

 

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