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I have just found the same directory and deciding if I should take the risk
of overwriting everything there from a clean source. It is good to have
someone knowing where I am and give me the hand.
Thanks Steven. It is just what I need.
"Steven L Umbach" <email@example.com> ¦b¶l¥ó
> If you go to the \winnt\system32\group policy\users folder you will see a
> file called registry.pol. Rename the registry.pol file and either copy one
> from a good computer to it and reboot or reboot the computer and a new one
> will be created as soon as you open local Group Policy and enable or
> any setting in user configuration/administrative templates to reset all
> settings to undefined which may require closing and reopening gpedit.msc.
> have not tried it in while and am going for memory but I believe one of
> those methods will work as I did the same thing once looking for a method
> reset user configuration local Group Policy. It is easy enough to try and
> you still have the old renamed registry.pol file just in case. --- Steve
> If you are talking about security policy subset of Group Policy, see the
> link below and note that you can use the /areas switch to change just
> of security policy settings. --- Steve
> "Jeremy Sun" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >I suspect one of my domain client has some wield local group policy
> > template). I want to reset it. I don't want to reinstall the whole
> > I
> > have my hands on some desktops that are "clean" and I can "copy" any
> > files,
> > keys from them.
> > So how should I reset the local group policy? Is the local group policy
> > stored in files, like the domain group policy? or they are simply stored
> > in
> > the registry. If so where should I find them?