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Accidentally removed run in GPO

Posted on 2007-03-28
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I was setting up the global policy settings in Server 2003 and I chose to "Disable Run", figuring this would apply to when people logged on remotely.  To my surprise, and fear, run is now no longer available on my server.  How do I get run back?  I know the easy solution is to remove the configuration setting I made, however, without run, I cant access gpedit.msc.   Is there another way to access the global group policy without gpedit?  
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Through Active Directory Users and Computers.  Right click on the OU (or root domain) and select Properties.  Select the Group Policy tab.

Or.. download and install GPMC from Microsoft -- http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/gpmc/default.mspx
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I would imagine that the "Run" in the Ctl-Alt-Del is also disabled?
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