Open Local Group Policy Editor in Windows 10  

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    zyraxes said:
    Thanks for the info.

    Quick question - is it possible to directly edit the items in local group policy via powershell (or other automatic methods)?

    Apologies if there is already a topic with this info on the forum, I ran a quick search but did not find anything, unless I'm using wrong keywords.

    Thank you
    Hello,

    You could set policies via Registry Editor using command, PowerShell, etc..., but the changes are not reflected in gpedit.msc.
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  2. Posts : 818
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       #21

    @zyraxes There you can find a documentation for PowerShell GPO commands:
    GroupPolicy Module | Microsoft Docs

    And here is the link to Group Policy Settings Reference Spreadsheet :

    Download Group Policy Settings Reference Spreadsheet for Windows 10 May 2020 Update (2004) from Official Microsoft Download Center

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       #22

    Thank you - this is useful!

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    Brink said:
    Hello,

    You could set policies via Registry Editor using command, PowerShell, etc..., but the changes are not reflected in gpedit.msc.
    That is something that looks strange to me - I mostly use registry tweaks and it is weird my changes in registry do not show up in gpedit, while the opposite is true - when I make changes in gpedit the changes are added in the registry.
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       #23

    when I do these it says gpedit.msc not found
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    ironfist said:
    when I do these it says gpedit.msc not found
    You need Pro for that.
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