I've got a GPO that is configured to change the local builtin Administrator's password on certain machines. I need to find what machines have applied this GPO to themselves. I've written a script that tries the password on several systems and some have that password and some dont. I've got a lot of machines to go through and attempting the password on all of them wont work for my boss.
Is there a way, given only access to the \DC1\SYSVOL\domain.com\Policies... files that I can determine:
- What exactly is the local username that the policy was applied to?
- What machine contains this local user?
If I cant determine that just with the SYSVOL share access, what level of access would I need to be able to get the required info?
My boss is breathing down my neck for this and I feel its out of my league.
Thanks for any input or help you can provide-