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Why SystemPolicyEditor can't function in Win98?

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I have use System Policy Editor to configure the security and disable the features under win95 for the pass.

Now I switch to win98 but the System Policy Editor can't fuction in the Win98? Why?

If the System Policy Editor can't support Win98 than what other Policy Editor can perform the same function as System Policy Editor?

Thankyou.
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Question by:Quark
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by:Ajnin
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The Windows 98 CD comes with its own Policy Editor. Check under Tools.
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by:Quark
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The problem is I don't have the Win98's CD! Can anyone provide me the little tool? My email is lamwm@yahoo.com

Is it Group Policy = Policy Editor?
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by:PLansdowne
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I wonder if this version of Poledit will work for you....

http://www.wln.com/~connect/poledit.html
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by:Quark
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Thanks PLansdowne, I will try it!

Now I got the Windows98 CD, but I cann't find the System Policy Editor?Where is it located?

Is there anyone can help?
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D:\tools\reskit\netadmin\poledit
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