Windows Server 2003 AD Group Policy

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AD
Group Policy
User Permissions
Windows Server 2003
What path is taken to disable the users the ability to edit the registry?



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Windows Server 2003

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Using Local Group Policy Editor (GPedit.msc) go to User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System and locate Prevent access to registry editing tools option to disable the Registry Editor access. It’s also possible to disable the Registry Editor for all user accounts on a PC by creating and/or changing the value of DisableRegistryTools to 1 in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System registry key.

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  • Amy61166
    Thanks. I believe that is for XP Pro; I am using Windows Server 2003 Amy.
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  • Amy61166
    THANK YOU ANDREA ... I was in that section already and never saw it. I think I need to step away from the computer and take a break. Thanks Again!!!!!
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