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Windows 2000 Group Policy problem

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Chalk this one up to idiocy....tonight, on my terminal server, I "accidentally" configured gpedit to disable the "run" command....and now that I've exited out of the gp editor, I can't get back in! doh! How do I run gpedit without a run command window???
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by:Toni Uranjek
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Hi scott2000666,

Go to Command Prompt and run gpedit from there?

HTH

Toni
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I have no command prompt either. How can i get to it without the Run command?
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Shortcut to Command prmpt should be in Accessories. You can still acess Windows Explorer? You can find your snap-in in C:\Windows\System32\gpedit.msc. You will find cmd.exe and mmc.exe also in this folder.
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