Weird gpedit entry

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    Weird gpedit entry

    Hi, I have noticed this entry on GPEDIT written in a weird form.
    Is this a virus? I tried searching to no avail
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    No its not virus infection if it was the the policy will be enabled and you will be block from opening the Local Group Policy Editor.
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    10 Home x64 (1903) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)

    That appears to be a new policy introduced in version 1903, I do not have it on an 1809 machine. It appears that Microsoft have not correctly localised for your system's language (Portuguese?). This is what it looks like on a UK English system.

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