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Honestly it depends on the error you're receiving. If it's on the particular executable you'll have to allow permissions on that particular file. It can also be a policy depending on your OS (Ctrl+R > secpol.msc, read the Explain tab for the default). It can also have damaged your machine on a relatively low level. That's probably the least of your worries ...


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I was able to find the answer after some searching around, this answer is from this question in Server Fault, posted by San Jac. I had the same issue by accidentally changing system settings in gpedit. Try this fix I got from Greylox.... It worked for me. Open "Run" & enter %systemroot%\system32\GroupPolicy\User Delete registry.pol (if it ...


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If you cannot create an administrator using command prompt to reset your group policies. Copy the script below to a notepad & then save it as {file name}.vbs Run the script. This should reset all the GPO's applied If WScript.Arguments.Count = 0 Then Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") objShell.ShellExecute "wscript.exe", ...


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Several WU's later, I came up with a different solution, which worked: create the path it's complaining about.


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You should only create a group if more than one user (or user-like) account will be placed in that group. I recommend you do not create a new group, and instead deny the specific user access to everything except the d:\documents folder itself, because it is more directly persuant to your end goal. Alternatively however you could create a group of Everyone ...


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Edit the GPO that contains the disable firewall setting From properties of the GPO, select security Add you computer account (remember to add computers from object types) Once added, tick deny next to "Apply group policy" Save GPO by closing it


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Servers are not allowed to restart automatically by default - they often fulfil critical roles. If these were suddenly turned off, you would no longer be able to work and data could be lost. However, you can change a registry key value in order to allow automatic restarts: A new feature is now available that lets you force automatic restarts to finish ...


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I got the issue sorted in the end thanks to : http://reboot.pro/topic/16383-windows-embedded-standard-7-add-packages-on-a-live-image/ You don't need to re-build the WES7 image from scratch. Using 7-zip and the original WES7 ISO, you can extract only the CAB files that you want to add to the currently running WES7 OS (the live image). All the Feature Packs ...


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as I understand it local admin does not win over GP pushed as a computer policy on the domain. The computer gets the policy and that policy overrides the user side.


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It sounds like you are running domain environment, for sure it is safe to delete, BUT do you have permission to delete the registry key? Usually you wont have it. Also, group policy will automatic apply again when you log on, so there is no point to delete it.


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The windows 7 operating system has a task schedule called "Registry" that can be found in the Task scheduler %windir%\system32\taskschd.msc /s you probably cannot get there at this time, but the default for it is to create a registry backup every 10 days at 12am (midnight) . If you could get there into the task scheduler you could see the date and time ...


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The Group Policy settings, at least on a local computer, are stored in the registry. System Restore contains a backup of the registry. You see where this is going? You can use System Restore to restore to a point before you made these changes. Alternatively, if you have not restarted yet, then on the next start access the advanced startup options (spam F8). ...



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