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    Setting up group policy in Windows Vista

    I was wondering whether we need to install Windows Server 2008 to enforce group policy. My PC is having a regular Windows Vista Premium and I would like to set up a group policy. Is it possible with Vista?



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    VinodKKumar Array
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    Re: Setting up group policy in Windows Vista

    Dear friend,

    Proceed as follows:

    1. Go to run command box, then type gpedit.msc , and press Enter key from keyboard.
    2. Local Group Policy Editor window will open.
    3. You can now configure the Local Group Policies on your computer according to your choice.

    For editing a local Group Policy object:

    Double-click the folders to view the policy settings in the details pane,in the console tree.
    Double-click a policy setting to open the Properties, and then edit the policy setting as per your choice.

    Thanks!

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    swathi123 Array
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    Re: Setting up group policy in Windows Vista

    To set the group policy follow these steps

    • Press win+R to open the run
    • Then type gpedit.msc and then press enter
    • Now navigate to the Local group policy editor
    • Here you can configure the Local Group policies here

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