|To edit Administrative Templates policy settings|
Using the Local Group Policy Editor, open the Local Group Policy object you want to edit.
In the console tree, click the folder under Administrative Templates that contains the policy settings you want to configure.
In the Setting column, click the name for a policy setting to read a description of the policy setting.
To change that policy setting from its current state, double-click the name of the policy setting.
In the policy setting dialog box, click one of the following:
- Not Configured: The registry is not
- Enabled: The registry reflects that
the policy setting is selected.
- Disabled: The registry reflects that
the policy setting is not selected.
- Not Configured: The registry is not modified.
Select any other options that you want, and then click OK.
- To complete this procedure, you
must have Edit setting permission to edit a GPO. By default,
members of the Domain Administrators security group, the Enterprise
Administrators security group, or the Group Policy Creator Owners
security group have Edit setting permission to edit a
- In the Local Group Policy Editor, there are
two Administrative Templates branches. Settings for
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE are under Computer Configuration,
and settings for HKEY_CURRENT_USER are under User
- If computer policy conflicts with user
policy, computer policy generally takes precedence. However, if
application authors disregard this convention, Group Policy cannot
- Administrative Template policy settings are
also known as registry-based policy settings.
- Local Group Policy Editor and the Resultant
Set of Policy snap-in are available in Windows Server 2008 R2 and
Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate, and Windows 7
Enterprise. For more information, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=139815.