Local Policy Editor Windows 7 For Editing.

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Editors are necessary to keep our document error free. One of the built-in tool is local policy editor. How to use local policy editor Windows 7?

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Local Policy Editor Windows 7 For Editing.

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You can open the local policy editor in Windows 7, 8, Server 2008 R2 and Server 2012. Ways to open it

1) Using command prompt.

2) Using Microsoft Management Console.

• COMMAND PROMPT

 Open the start menu.

 Enter gpedit.msc in the search field.

 You will be redirected to the policy editor.

• MMC

  • Open the start menu.
  • Enter mmc in the search field.
  • You will be redirected to the Microsoft Management Console.
  • Open the file menu.
  • Select Add/Remove Snap-in.
  • From the dialog box, click on Group Policy Object Editor and then press Add.
  • Click on Browse in the Select Group Policy Object box.
  • You can either choose to click on This computer or Users to Edit Local Group Policy Object or Administrator respectively.
  • At the end, press on Finish.

If you wish to save the editor console and to select the GPO that will open from the Command prompt then click on ‘Allow the focus of Group Policy Snap-in to be changed when launching from the command line’ from the ‘Select Group Policy Object’ window.

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