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Group Policy Deny Registry Security

Posted on 2004-09-26
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If have created a Security group for all of the usres on this network.

But some of the users can install programs and make registry changes which I want to prohibit.

I presuem I need to create a Group Policy and apply the policy to the User Group.

What and where is the registry policy token regarding registry access?

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Yes you do.
There is a policy uder computer configuration \windows settings\security settings\registry.
You can add keys here that you want to restrict access to.
Or you could control acces to regedit and regedt32 under computer configuration \windows settings\security settings\file system.
Apply the group policy to the OU the security group is in.
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Thanks I will try this out.
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