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In Windows 10 pro Group Policy settings

In Windows 10 pro, I have one administrator user and one standard user. I would like to set some group policy restrictions for the standard user. how do I set gp restrictions for the standard user if within the standard user it will not let me open gpedit.msc?
Also after I set those restrictions can I export them so I can import them to another computer?

and if so, if I have 10 restrictions do I have to export/import them individually or can I do them as a batch?
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Was gpedit disabled for the standard user? You should be able to enable it via group policy then set your restrictions then disable it again.
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McKnife The info about Non-Administrative policy settings worked ok just fine. but I need to put it on several computers and would like to export the settings to them with out having to to do each individually. I see an export setting but not an import setting. Is there a way to duplicate the settings?
Thanks Tony D