Windows 10: Disabling Autoplay/Autorun

  1.    07 Aug 2017 #1

    Disabling Autoplay/Autorun


    I am doing myself a system security audit and I would like to clear some confusion on the differences between the Autoplay settings in the Windows 10 Control Panel and the settings that are on the Group Policy Editor.
    If I Disable Autoplay within the actual Windows 10 settings as shown in the image, will that be the same settings as shown in the Group Policy Editor?
    Thanks
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  2.    07 Aug 2017 #2

    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/enable...toplay-windows

    If as suggested here, the end result is exactly the same registry change, there is no difference.

    You can test that for yourself using a free utility called regshot. This takes a snapshot of the registry; you then make the change; take a second snapshot, then compare them.

    All changes made between the two are listed.
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