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Restore Windows Vista restrictive Policies

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Greetings,

I have a PC that was messed up.  I can't re-install or do a re-pair re-install.  All the features that notify the user about something running or example AUC no longer comes up, or registry disabled etc.

To fix similar problems in XP I would use a tool call Dia-A-Fix which would pretty much reset XP to what it should be.  The tool does not work for Vista.

Is there a tool, registry fix, or magic button that would restore vista's restrictive policies?
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