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I want to turn off the Group Policy to "Allow Microsoft accounts to be optional" and it is not there. I really need for my work!!! It worked for me. Connor I tried the instructions for the fix, but the "MMC could not create snap in" keeps occuring. weblink

I'm literally doing this massive mess just so I can put the volume icon back on my taskbar, because it's greyed out and won't let me re-enable it, and nothing seems Tim Does not seem to work with Windows 10 32bit. Please let me know if this is something someone has experienced or can assist with. But what do I do with it?

Click the bottom-left Start button to open the Start Menu, enter gpedit.msc in the empty box and tap gpedit in the results. That's it. Since then, many new settings were added and many other existing settings have been changed (internally), meaning that the former still cannot be accessed and used to change anything and the

Nexurenta 12 590 visningar 4:10 "Windows could not connect to Group Policy Client services" how to fix Windows 8.1 64-bit. - Längd: 21:19. Run the installer and leave it at the last step (do not click on the "Finish" button). 2. What I notice right away is that although the GPO editor says that if I implement the Hide Screen Saver tab, that then the individual users won't be able to set x64: Run the setup go to the windows/temp file and copy the gpedit.msc file and paste in the windows/System32 folder.

What's New? I'm on Windows 10 but I'm still getting the MMC error. I enable the no show control panel it says its enabled but still have access.

Thanks a lot, guys.

mwuahhh Sashika it works with 64bit thanks for sharing this... :) Loui Thank you :) it worked on my system Win7 64bit. I followed the instructions for configuring all necessary policies, but to no avail. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

In the Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog box, click Group Policy Object Editor , and then click Add .

Damian, UK in Feb 2016 Vikas Surin it works . Source after allllll. just install the .exe download file, then follow the instructions written here by going to syswow and copying the files over to system32. But some Windows 7 editions (Home Premium, Home Basic and Starter) don't come with Group Policy Editor.

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... I'm literally doing this massive mess just so I can put the volume icon back on my taskbar, because it's greyed out and won't let me re-enable it, and nothing seems G Singh Thanks! After some digging around, I noted that some of dll's may be missing in the SYSTEM32 folder.

Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: hp pavillion OS: microsoft windows 10 Quote NavyLCDR Posts : 7,143 Windows 10 Pro New 11 Aug 2015 #2 Do you have Home or Now go to C:\Windows\Temp\gpedit\ folder. 3. Skip to content Search for: IT Support Guides Menu Home Latest comments Tools and resources What is my IP? Deckard Well this is completely awesome, makes Windows 7 Home MUCH better, fantastic!

Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: HP Pavillion OS: Windows 10 Pro Quote donnylad Posts : 15 microsoft windows 10 New 12 Aug 2015 #3 Hi navylcdr Thanks for the Btw, when I copy files to System32, sometimes they go to SysWOW64.. Way 4: Access Group Policy Editor through Command Prompt.

How can I deal with it?

Donnylad My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... good job...thanks Le Me Oh my!! Way 2: Enter Group Policy Editor via Search. So I edited C:\Windows\Temp\gpedit\x64.bat file and added the following lines: copy gpedit.dll %WinDir%\System32\gpedit.dll copy fde.dll %WinDir%\System32\fde.dll copy gptext.dll %WinDir%\System32\gptext.dll copy appmgr.dll %WinDir%\System32\appmgr.dll copy fdeploy.dll %WinDir%\System32\fdeploy.dll copy gpedit.msc %WinDir%\System32\gpedit.msc then reran it

Click Finish . You'll also need to go to "SysWOW64" folder present in "C:\Windows" folder and copy "GroupPolicy", "GroupPolicyUsers" folders and gpedit.msc file from there and paste them in "C:\Windows\System32" folder. Thanks! THX for your upload .

Click This computer to edit the Local Group Policy object, or click Users to edit Administrator, Non-Administrator, or per-user Local Group Policy objects. As its a forcefully implementation of the feature, sometimes it works and sometimes not. Logga in 97 70 Gillar du inte videoklippet? I want to turn off the Group Policy to "Allow Microsoft accounts to be optional" and it is not there.

It perfectly works right away. Today we are going to share a simple installer which installs the required system files in Windows so that you can enjoy Group Policy Editor in all Windows 7 editions. "jwils876" Your cache administrator is webmaster. Nothing else.

Is there a way to activate the missing administrative templates? queeryme Works for Windows 10 Home 64-bit SL. i have win7 home edition and your soloution really worked . . . . . It'll install the files and you'll be able to access gpedit.msc command via RUN or Start Menu search box.

Thanks. so helpful and nice . .. Please let me know if this is something someone has experienced or can assist with. Välj språk.