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How do I configure Group Policy for Server 2008 to allow registry changes

Posted on 2009-05-06
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Hi All,
I have a client running Server 2008 as PDC and also a TS 2008,
One of the programs on the TS needs to have full access to the Registry to work properly.
I cant seem to find where to allow this.
Can anyone help please.
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Registry permissions can be configured through GPO by adding the necessary registry path and permissions by using the following section of GPO:
Computer Configuration\Policies\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Registry
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