Non-privileged accounts are unable to access display options in Windows 7

As an Administrator, I am able to go into Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Display

With a normal user account on the same machine, users cannot access the Display options to be able to change between Smaller -100% and Medium - 125%.

I have tried registry hacks with no joy so far:

Nothing happens when accessing display from the context menu, and the 'display' link is missing in the 'See also' section on the 'Personalization' window.
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bootneck2222Connect With a Mentor Author Commented:
My apologies, after moving it to another AD OU with no policies set, it behaves as expected.  At least I know it's a domain policy causing it, I just need to find it.
Danny ChildIT ManagerCommented:
has this been set as a GPO -
see the lower section of this page:
bootneck2222Author Commented:
The Local Group Policy is set to 'Not Configured' and I can't see any domain policies that would affect it either.
bootneck2222Author Commented:
Closing due to own Group Policy oversight
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