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How to use gpedit in windows 7

By Emil12 ·
I am trying to restrict access to task manager and control panel in windows 7 Pro. When set up from the administrator account, it restricts to the administrator, but not to the standard user. I can not run gpedit from the standard account(which is fine). What I am doing wrong in here!!
I do not have a problem if the restriction is in both the admin and the standard account as long as I can reverse it. How can I make the policy to apply to the standard account? It is have anything to do with MMC. Thanks for any reply.

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Are you sure you are using the native Admin account?

by seanferd In reply to How to use gpedit in wind ...
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group policy and the native admin account

by Emil12 In reply to Are you sure you are usin ...

Thanks for your replay. i am not using it!. Let me trying using it and i post back. Thanks for the links.

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If you need info on how to enable the admin acc't:

by seanferd In reply to group policy and the nati ...
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Admin account

by Emil12 In reply to If you need info on how t ...

Thank you for your reply, using your information I solve it.

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