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Specifically, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Internet Communication Management\Internet Communication.

Apparently it's a Pro edition key used for editing a group policy, but can I add it to Home edition (version 1903)?

Thank you.

*edit: Moab helpfully pointed out that instead of adding one group-policy-editable key to the registry, it's possible to add the entire GPO functionality to Home edition. If/when I try this I'll update this question. The bigger question (and its answer) are linked in his comment below.

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    It entirely depends on which editions the policy is appliciable to. While only Windows 10 Professional has the local group policy editor, certain polciies can be enabled on Windows 10 Home, while other polciies are ignored (i.e. Window Update deferment policies). Since that particular key manages several polciies you will have to specify which policy specifically you are trying to set. A proper researched, detailed, accurate answer cannot be submitted without knowing which policy you want to set on Windows 10 Home. – Ramhound Oct 3 '19 at 23:12
  • ghacks.net/2019/01/07/… – Moab Oct 4 '19 at 0:11
  • or an easier way....itechtics.com/… – Moab Oct 4 '19 at 0:14
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  • @Ramhound this is indeed a Windows Update deferment policy... or rather, a workaround I found on a couple sites. I planned to set DisableWindowsUpdateAccess in the Internet Communication key to 1. – Luke McPuke Oct 5 '19 at 21:34

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