It is not possible to export just the contents of the rule, such as a simple list containing all possible options in text format for a Policy such as Office Location must be A, B or C.
It is possible to export the entire rule that contains the text. There are two options to export or gather the data.
In this example, there is a Provisioning Policy configured for Office Location and it must be A, B, or C. The full Distinguishedname of the Policy object is called "Location" which is under the Policies container. You will have to change Step 2 to match your Policy's DistinguishedName.
Use PowerShell to obtain the text by doing the following.
In PowerShell, type the following commands:
[0x23;1:Corporate policy violation. The 'Office Location' property value does not conform to corporate policy.;2:<PVGRu
les Version="1.0"><PVRuleItem operator="==" linkID="and"><value linkID="or" displayName="">A</value><value linkID
="or" displayName="">B</value><value linkID="or" displayName="">C</value></PVRuleItem></PVGRules>;40:phys
icalDeliveryOfficeName;43:0;50:user;57:Validates the 'Office Location' property values for 'User' objects;59:ac7a09a9-0
RULE\: 'Office Location' is case-insensitive and
'A' (default value) or
Upon object creation, this policy generates default value\: Yes;73:0;75:1;77:0;203:0]
You can simply highlight and select the portion that contains 'A' (default value) or 'B' or 'C'.
Alternatively, you can right-click on the Policy object and select All Tasks | Advanced Properties. View the attribute called edsaAPEList and you can then copy the entire text.