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Always show file name extenstion

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Windows hides all file name extensions in explorer by default. Can I change this through group policy?
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Question by:albatros99
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by:Kalpesh Chhatrala
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You can use group policy preferences to configure this setting. Create a new GPO and navigate to

=> User Configuration -> Preferences -> Control Panel Settings -> Folder Options'.

Mouse Right click and create a new Folder Options.
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Aditya Arora earned 250 total points
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create the group policy as below :-

User Config > Pref > control panel setting> Folder option > Right click on folder option then select proper OS according to your client OS > remove check from HIDE EXTENSION FOR KNOWN FILE TYPE
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