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Gpedit police when i typed gpedit.msc in Run It appears Error : "Acces is denied" what is the reason ?

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    John Hong May 11, 2010

    Is your computer part of a domain? If so there is probably a restriction being set in the domain policy.

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This is because your computer is infected by a virus. install a good antivirus like AVG internet security or Kaspersky and scan the whole pc. and remove all possible threats. then goto user account and create a new user giving administrative privileges. then logout the current user . login to the new user and delete the previous user from the user account. this will hopefully solve your problem.

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Gpedit.msc requires administrative access. You only need group policy editor if you are working in a network environment to set certain restrictions on a group accounts

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Gpedit.msc not working in winxp


Hi,

Click here to download English gpedit for windows XP and follow the below mentioned steps:

Extract the downloaded file and put the below mentioned file

appmgmts.dll
appmgr.dll
fde.dll
fdeploy.dll
gpedit.msc
gpedit.dll
gptext.dll

into %SystemRoot%\system32 folder (most often it's just c:\windows\system32)

Now, put the below mentioned file

system.adm
inetres.adm
conf.adm

into %SystemRoot%\system32\GroupPolicy\ADM\ (create if this folder doesn't exist)

Finally, run these commands one by one in the CMD window:(Start>run)

regsvr32 gpedit.dll
regsvr32 fde.dll
regsvr32 gptext.dll
regsvr32 appmgr.dll
regsvr32 fdeploy.dll

That should make gpedit.msc callable as Start -> Run -> gpedit.msc


Thanks and regards,
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Where to find gpedit.msc when run is not working


Hi

If you cant acces it from run then you cant get to it unfortunatley

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Same thing


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If already unchecked, try:

Start-Run type gpedit.msc and select ok.

In User config, open Start menu and Taskbar,

Double-click Turnoff Notification Cleanup in the right panel, select Enable and apply.

Good luck.

Close gpedit.msc and reboot.

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Unfortunately Windows XP Home edition does not have group policy editor and can not connect to a domain. You will need to upgrade to XP pro in order to have this functionality.

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Click on start then run
Type gpedit.msc then ok
Click + on administrative templates
Click + on system
Click on CTRL ALT DEL options
over to the right double click on remove task manager
Click on disabled then apply then ok
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Malware Bytes is an excelent example of a scanner and is located here: www.malwarebytes.org get the free trial version its great.
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Now choose remove balloon tips, right click with mouse and open properties.

Now in option enable it and click ok. Close the gpedit and reboot the system.

Congratulation you have disable your awful balloon tips in windows vista.

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Again go to run (windows key + R) and type regedit and press enter.

Expand registry to HKEY_CURRENT_USER >> SOFTWARE > Microsoft>> Windows > Current Version>> Explorer > Advanced.
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Probable reasons are:
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Solutions:
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hi shaibu
just right click in ur gpedit.msc file & click hidden it will disable
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Try scan your computer some potent anti virus, like kaspersky, or maybe avg is free.

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run
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click; administrative and templates
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check, Disabled box option.

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