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Access to Group Policy 11 years 4 months ago #9510

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:( I am working in MNC company. My operating system is Windows xp with sp1. I am having administrative privileges on the system. 2 days back When I want to play the song, volume control icon is not displaying. Some body disabled access to group policy. If I got access to group policy i can enable audit object access. Can you please help me in, How to enter into group policy.


Note: I am member of Administrator group.
The administrator has disabled public write access.

Re: Access to Group Policy 11 years 3 months ago #9518

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You may be a member of the Administrator's Group on your machine, but if your machine is part of a domain, you will not be able to override policies set at a domain level unless you are part of the Domain Administrator's group.
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Re: Access to Group Policy 10 years 7 months ago #14140

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if u are not connected to the domain admin of the company ... so i'm afraid u will not be able to do it .... u can try this command from run and see if u can edit the group objects ... gpedit.msc
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Group Policy 10 years 7 months ago #14157

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Chances are that any changes you do manage to make will be reversed the next time you log in though. After all, that is what group policy implementations are all about - to restrict what you can do on your machine
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Re: Access to Group Policy 10 years 7 months ago #14258

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You can disable all group polisy by type gpedit.msc on Run Command,right click on local computer ploicy,click properties,disable both computer and user configuration settings.
then check it. still you have a problem contact your domain administrator
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