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You can do it with the following commands run in the command line under the administrator privileges: If it is impossible to log on to the system locally or you can’t run the command line (e.

REG_DWORD, REG_SZ) and data that is stored for that value.

The utility can be useful if you’re trying to determine whether a given policy setting is “stuck” within a for which the accompanying ADM template is no longer available.

The Group Policies are a fine means to configure a system able to increase its performance and security.

Note that the tool will detect if you have selected a file to read that is not a valid file.

Incorrect configuration of the group policies can result in more serious problems, like inability to start snap-in or all apps in the system, the loss of the administrator privileges by the user, or a prohibition to log on. Local security policies are configured in a separate mmc console –

If the problems with the computer are caused by tightening the screws in the local security settings and the user has retained the access to the system and the administrative rights, first, it’s better to reset the security settings to their default values.

Once you’ve entered the path to the file, press the Submit button to retrieve the contents of the file, as shown below. Net Framework 3.5 installed on the machine where you run this utility.