Group Policy, Windows Powershell, and Internet Explorer 11
Your domain-joined Group Policy Objects (GPOs) can use any of Group Policy-related “cmdlets” that run within Windows PowerShell.
Each cmdlet is a single-function command-line tool that can:
Create, edit, remove, back up, and import GPOs.
Create, update, and remove Group Policy links.
Set inheritance flags and permissions on organizational units (OU) and domains.
Configure registry-based policy settings and registry settings for Group Policy preferences.
For more info about PowerShell and Group Policy management, see Use Windows PowerShell to Manage Group Policy.