I currently have two test PCs both running Windows 10, both have set different Local Group Policies, i.e. settings accessible using gpedit.msc.

1.) Is it possible to export Group Policies from one PC to a file, and import them to another PC in order to be able to quickly find out if a specific system behaviour is caused by a group policy without manually checking all group policies in advance?

2.) As an addition, is it possible to somehow compare the two sets of group policies automatically and show the differences?

I am not looking for a solution to deploy group policies as an administrative task, but simply compare and copy local policies from one test system to another to see how the behaviour of a combination of different group policies changes, without comparing manually each individual setting.

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