Group Policy from Command?


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Ben Morrell

Is it possible to edit group policies (gpedit.msc) from
the command prompt?

If not does anyone know where there is a resource of
where in the registry they are stored?

Thanks.

~Ben
 
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Donald McDaniel

Wesley Vogel said:
All over the Registry.

Here are a few.

Policy Settings for the Start Menu in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;292504



In
If your OS is XP Professional, you can do "Start|Run|gpedit.msc". As far as
I know, this is not possible in XP Home.

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Hi there,

This is the registry path where software group policy are: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Group Policy Objects\

after that you should have your machine ID then SOFTWARE\POLICIES\MICROSOFT\SAFER\CODEIDENTIFIERS

THERE ARE TWO SUBFOLDERS THE "0" IS THE ONE THAT INDICATES THE SOFTWARE YOU HAVE PROHIBITED BY GP EACH SUBFOLDER IS CREATED BY PATH

IF YOU FOUND A WAY TO MAKE IT BY A .BAT OR A REGISTRY ENTRY I WOULD BE THANKFULL IF YOU SHARED IT
 
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