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Group Policy Management Console

Hi, I just installed Group Policy Management Console.  Is there a way I can go back and disable this program if I want to and return it back again when I need to use it.  I don't want the install/uninstall way to do it.  Any suggestion?
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r_yague
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luv2smileCommented:
Why would you want to disable it?
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tonyteriCommented:
Go into your MMC console, and Remove it from the list.

/TT
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r_yagueAuthor Commented:
Wouldn't it uninstall the program if you Remove it? How about just disabling it.  Is that possible?
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luv2smileCommented:
If you have a saved mmc and you see the GPMC in your list then you can remove it...this simply removes the snap in from whatever mmc you've created. It doesn't uninstall it.

Is this what you mean or what exactly are you saying by disable it? disable it from where?
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r_yagueAuthor Commented:
I don't have a saved mmc.  I have installed GPMC as an executable from the internet.  So instead of uninstalling it, I just want to disable it.  The reason for this is that I am quite not ready for the GPMC new look.  I want to temporarily use the original GPO editor.
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luv2smileCommented:
Once you have installed it.....AD will use it to manage your GPOs. I don't know of any way to change it. If you don't want to uset it yet, just uninstall it and reinstall it later...I believe that is your only option.
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