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The error messages of your eventlog point to a GPO which gets applied and sets your UAC level. Check your GPO in Computer Configuration\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options check all the settings which are described in this link: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd835564%28v=ws.10%29.aspx you can see the default option for each ...


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File permissions are OS-centric, so permissions set by one OS can be ignored and/or overridden by other OSs. So to directly answer your question -- short of implementing full-disk encryption, you can't stop it. Providing you with a step-by-step guide on how to implement disk encryption is beyond the scope of SU's Q&A format. Look into Bitlocker and ...


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Talk to your IT personnel. They have set this policy for a reason and bypassing it could do more harm than good.


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Policy updates set various configuration settings based on the configurations laid out in the policies. If you interrupt the update process, then whatever settings had not been set yet, will simply remain unset, until the next time the policies are updated (either via GPUpdate, or automatically during the usual policy refresh interval on your domain).


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Does blocking scriptlets have an effect on the JavaScript executed in the browser when visiting websites? This particular group policy does not determine if JavaScript is executed or not executed within IE. That behavior is handled by an entirely different group policy. Or are these scriptlets some code running purely locally? A scriptlet could ...


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Although I'm adding a couple new articles, the link to these duplicate questions are much more complete: Dupe: How to disable the "Get Windows 10" icon shown in the notification area (tray)? - read all the answers. – DavidPostill 3 hours ago Dupe: What are every Windows 7/8/8.1 updates (KBs) I must skip to avoid Windows 10 upgrading -and ...


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"Not configured" will not override the default policy. You need to apply a separate GPO (that disables cached mode) for required users only.


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Access to C:\Windows\System32\systemreset.exe is denied by default for Domain Users, Reset My PC is only shows as an option if the user has administrator rights on the local pc or the domain.


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Well this is a common error. When you have a bat or powershell file, you need to move the script into the folder that you get when you click the "SHOW FILES", by moving the scripts there you are pretty sure that the system has all the required permissions to run at startup. In my case it is: C:\WINDOWS\System32\GroupPolicy\Machine\Scripts\Startup



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