In Windows there will be times when you want to apply group policies to non-administrators only. For these situations, you can create a custom snap-in.
If you ever want to find out what registry settings are being changed when you modify a policy object, you can do so pretty easily. Let’s learn how.
The Group Policy in Windows allows you to change and configure a lot of system settings. Here is what the Group Policy is and how to use it.
You might have set some group policies in Windows and forgotten about them. When troubleshooting your PC, you can find out the active group policies in Windows with this trick.
The Group Policy Editor can be a messy place with no easy way to locate the settings you want. Here’s how you can search the group policy in Windows 10.
There are times when you need your PC to be always running. Here’s how you can block or prevent users from shutting down your Windows 10 PC.
What if you have changed Group Policy settings and want to revert back? The process can be misleading. Here’s how to reset Group Policy Settings in Windows 10
Windows 10 has a feature called Enhanced Anti-Spoofing that acts as a countermeasure for any unauthorised access via spoofing. Here’s how to enable it.
When you set a policy in the Local Group Policy Editor it will affect the whole system and all users by default. Here’s how to change that behaviour and tailor it for specific users.
If you are a Windows administrator managing multiple user accounts or computers, here’s how you can enforce password rules to keep computers safe.
Blocking the installation of external removable devices renders them inaccessible and it is helpful in an organization environment. Here’s how it’s done.