blocking registry changes with a group policy

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Group Policy
Group Policy management
How is this done? When i went to User Configuration, Administrative Templates, and System .... I didnt see anything about disabling the registry.
ASKED: September 16, 2008  8:50 PM
UPDATED: September 17, 2008  7:17 PM

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Edit the Group Policy.

Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Registry

Add a key and select the key to secure. Then Set the rights that you want to set on that key.

Don’t go nuts locking down the registry. The user needs write access to a decent sized portion of the registry in order to work. Test everything you change on a dev system before deploying it to the entire environment.

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