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Posted on 2016-10-06
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Hello There,

Is there any way to change windows clients Virtual memory with GPO? i used Preference method to edit the registry but it looks not working for me.

http://tompopov.blogspot.com/2011/02/change-virtual-memory-using-group.html


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Abdul.
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Did you create the preference using the browse function?  Looking through the comments in that article, that is what is required.. the PagingFiles entry is a REG_EXPAND_SZ..

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I did both here is the new one, please check the attached file.
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That won't work.. the key path can't have the hive name in it.  That's part of why I asked if you used the browse.  

Take out the HKLM\ from the key path (or better yet, go ahead and absolutely use the browse to avoid any chance of misspelling.

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by:Abdul Wahid
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Yes sir,

i used the brows instead putting address manually and worked.

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Don't forget to award points :-)

Glad it worked!

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