Problem: Task manager/ Regedit is Disabled by Your Administrator…

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Many times this problem comes on many systems, that when the user prompt to open Task manager or Registry then it says”Task manager/ Regedit is Disabled by Your Administrator”….. Even when they login from the Administrator Account…
Here is the solution for that:

1. Go to Start> Run and write ‘GPEDIT.MSC’ and Press Enter

2. To Access Registry Edit Again:
Go to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > System
Then In the right pane, find “Prevent Access to Registry Editing Tools” and double-click on it to change. and then Select Disabled or Not Configured and Press OK.

3. To Access Task Manager:

Go to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Ctrl+Alt+Del Options> Remove Task Manager
Then In the right pane, find “Remove Task Manager Option” and double-click on it to change. and then Select Disabled or Not Configured and Press OK.

4. Now close Group Policy and restart your computer. Now you can access both registry edit and Task Manager on your system.

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