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Registry Permissions over Group Policy

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As it is said and at the title, I need a little help about how can I give to a group of users permissions  to a specific registry key using a group policy object?

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Create a GPO which applies to the desired computer accounts and configure an entry for the registry key under the node Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Registry.
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I need to know how to do this with group policy though.Cause it will be applied on about 350 pc's.
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