Free Tool: Force Group Policy Update Remotely


Refresh Group Policy by forcing Group Policy update (gpupdate) remotely on multiple computers









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Force Group Policy Update Remotely  
Force Group Policy Update Remotely
Refresh Group Policy by forcing Group Policy update (gpupdate) remotely on multiple computers


This action runs gpupdate on remote computers forcing GPO update. It works similar to running "gpupdate /force" remotely to tell Windows to update Group Policy.

The normal Group Policy rerun cycle on workstations is about 90 minutes. In order to force a quicker update to apply some important setting on managed computers, you have to issue a Group Policy update command, commonly known as gpupdate command (which is a part of the Group Policy command line toolset.) Action1 provides a quick shortcut via this free tool to force remote gpupdate on multiple computers at once without using any scripts or batch files.

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