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    GPEdit error

    What is this error and, more importantly, how do I fix it?

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    Known problem.
    Why are you using group policy at all?

    cheers, Paul

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    GPedit doesn't work in Windows 10 and I don't think it's a "fixable" thing just yet.
    GPedit, if I'm not mistaken, was present in some of the Windows 10 prerelease beta versions, but since then it looks like MS deliberately removed it's functionality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLiNT View Post
    GPedit doesn't work in Windows 10 and I don't think it's a "fixable" thing just yet.
    GPedit, if I'm not mistaken, was present in some of the Windows 10 prerelease beta versions, but since then it looks like MS deliberately removed it's functionality.
    Do you mean it doesn't work at all? It seems to work for me.

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    Yeah, that's exactly what I mean, and I have W10 pro.
    I'm thinking it was transfered over form a preview version, that is, if you
    were amung those with the earlier preview versions that kept upgrading.


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    The above doesn't work for me either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLiNT View Post
    Yeah, that's exactly what I mean, and I have W10 pro.
    I'm thinking it was transfered over form a preview version, that is, if you
    were amung those with the earlier preview versions that kept upgrading.
    Group Policy Management is included with Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise, but not Home (same as XP/Vista/7/8):

    See which features come with each Windows 10 Edition

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    I'll double check and get back on this.
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    No gpedit in W10 for me.
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    If by "no" you mean you don't have it, Clint, that is strange. If though, you mean you just don't use it, well, I don't either very often, and probably even less now!

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    Wait a minute, found it. See post #2.
    One has to do a little file replacement/renaming dance.
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