Merge two GPOs

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    Has someone successfully merged two GPOs? What is the best script to do it?
    Found the one from Microsoft Security Toolkit but didn't help.
    please let me know
    thanks

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    My search came up with this, but I think it's only registry based policies (so doesn't cover things like deploying printers): https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ashleymcglone/2015/06/11/updated-copy-and-merge-group-policies-gpos-with-powershell/

    Interesting group policy/powershell blog: https://sdmsoftware.com/group-policy-blog/

    Maybe there's some low-level way to do it with "get-adobject -properties *" ?

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    Copy and Merge Group Policies (GPOs) with PowerShell
    This script will help with GPO consolidation and cleanup. It includes reports for linked and unlinked GPOs with detailed status.
    'gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Copy-and-Merge-Group-918af45a'

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