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  1.    05 Jan 2016 #31
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    Also I see that a little further the script was adjusted (first line en-us)
    See screenshot above
    Think I should have taken the other script then.
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  2.    05 Jan 2016 #32
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    Okay, thanks. AFAIK I am logged on as administrator and I ran the .bat from elevated cmd prompt.

    But I did the steps one-by-on now.
    This is what is left and GPO is opened showing 'Computer Configuration' and 'User Configuration' without an showing an error.

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  3.    05 Jan 2016 #33
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    That looks correct. admx in PolicyDefinitions and adml in PolicyDefinitions/en-US. This is the same as me (I never did anything with WinSxS) and if it is working then it is OK.

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  4.    05 Jan 2016 #34
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    Thank you so much!!
    Truly appreciate your help and getting me on the 'right track'
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  5.    05 Jan 2016 #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by tfwul View Post
    Thank you so much!!
    Truly appreciate your help and getting me on the 'right track'
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    You are welcome
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  6.    23 Apr 2016 #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by lx07 View Post
    The original question was about how to do what the kb said while keeping correct permissions. To be honest I never checked the creation dates and contents - just deleted and renamed following the kb and this fixed the pop-up message.

    If the contents are the same then just deleting the old one would make sense. I can't test this anymore as I've already made the change and since then then done a clean install.

    On a clean install the LocationProviderAdm.admx is dated 30/october/2015 same as you so I think you are correct - just delete Microsoft-Windows-Geolocation-WLPAdm.admx (and any Microsoft-Windows-Geolocation-WLPAdm.adml you have in the language folders)
    hi lx07
    after the last update 1511 105896.2018 i got again another error

    [QUOTE]Resource $(string.RequirePrivateStoreOnly) referenced in attribute displayName could not be found.File C:\WINDOWS\PolicyDefinitions\WindowsStore.admx, line 140, column 9
    [/QUOTE]

    do you how fix it?
    thanks in advances!

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  7.    23 Apr 2016 #37
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    Same here


    same here

    Quote Originally Posted by drugo View Post
    hi lx07
    after the last update 1511 105896.2018 i got again another error

    [QUOTE]Resource $(string.RequirePrivateStoreOnly) referenced in attribute displayName could not be found.File C:\WINDOWS\PolicyDefinitions\WindowsStore.admx, line 140, column 9
    do you how fix it?
    thanks in advances!

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  8.    23 Apr 2016 #38
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    Yes it is showing on my PC and both laptops too
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  9.    26 Apr 2016 #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by drugo View Post
    hi lx07
    after the last update 1511 105896.2018 i got again another error

    ]Resource $(string.RequirePrivateStoreOnly) referenced in attribute displayName could not be found.File C:\WINDOWS\PolicyDefinitions\WindowsStore.admx, line 140, column 9


    do you how fix it?
    thanks in advances!
    What this error means is that the language specific .adml file (in en-US, fr-FR, it-IT or whatever language you are using) is either completely missing or does not have one of the tags referred to in the main .admx file.

    It is not a big deal - all it means is that the specific gpedit option will not be available so if you don't want to change it you can ignore it.

    On my build I have a similar error but with the Windows maps app but as I don't want to make a group policy setting to do with downloading maps I'm ignoring it and hoping it will be fixed one of these days.

    If you do want to fix it though, below is my (English 14328 build) version of the file
    Code:
    C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions\en-US\WindowsStore.adml
    which is the one causing you the problem.

    You can copy either the whole file (if it is missing) or the bit in bold below into your existing file in your language directory if you already have it.

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <policyDefinitionResources xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" revision="1.0" schemaVersion="1.0" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/GroupPolicy/2006/07/PolicyDefinitions">
      <displayName>Store Policy</displayName>
      <description>Store Policy</description>
      <resources>
        <stringTable>
          <string id="RemoveWindowsStore">Turn off the Store application</string>
          <string id="RemoveWindowsStore_Help">Denies or allows access to the Store application.
    
    If you enable this setting, access to the Store application is denied. Access to the Store is required for installing app updates.
    
    If you disable or don't configure this setting, access to the Store application is allowed.</string>
          <string id="DisableAutoInstall">Turn off Automatic Download and Install of updates</string>
          <string id="DisableAutoInstall_Help">Enables or disables the automatic download and installation of app updates.
    
    If you enable this setting, the automatic download and installation of app updates is turned off.
    
    If you disable this setting, the automatic download and installation of app updates is turned on.
    
    If you don't configure this setting, the automatic download and installation of app updates is determined by a registry setting that the user can change using Settings in the Windows Store.</string>
    
          <string id="DisableAutoDownloadWin8">Turn off Automatic Download of updates on Win8 machines</string>
          <string id="DisableAutoDownloadWin8_Help">Enables or disables the automatic download of app updates on PCs running Windows 8.
    
    If you enable this setting, the automatic download of app updates is turned off.
    
    If you disable this setting, the automatic download of app updates is turned on.
    
    If you don't configure this setting, the automatic download of app updates is determined by a registry setting that the user can change using Settings in the Windows Store.</string>
          <string id="DisableOSUpgradeOption">Turn off the offer to update to the latest version of Windows</string>
          <string id="DisableOSUpgradeOption_Help">Enables or disables the Store offer to update to the latest version of Windows.
    
    If you enable this setting, the Store application will not offer updates to the latest version of Windows.
    
    If you disable or do not configure this setting the Store application will offer updates to the latest version of Windows.</string>
          <string id="DisableStoreApps">Disable all apps from Windows Store </string>
          <string id="DisableStoreApps_Help">Disable turns off the launch of all apps from the Windows Store that came pre-installed or were downloaded. Apps will not be updated. Your Store will be also be disabled. Enable turns all of it back on. This setting applies only to Enterprise and Education editions of Windows.</string>
          <string id="RequirePrivateStoreOnly">Only display the private store within the Windows Store app</string>
          <string id="RequirePrivateStoreOnly_Help">Denies access to the retail catalog in the Windows Store app, but displays the private store.
    
    If you enable this setting, users will not be able to view the retail catalog in the Windows Store app, but they will be able to view apps in the private store.
    
    If you disable or don't configure this setting, users can access the retail catalog in the Windows Store app.</string>
          <string id="WindowsStore">Store</string>
        </stringTable>
      </resources>
    </policyDefinitionResources>
    Note that if you copy the English version into a it-IT (for Italian) then this specific part of gpedit.msc will work fine but appear in English not Italian. You can translate it if that worries you (the text in red not the names of the tags).

    It the file exists it will be owned by Trusted Installer and you will not be authorized. You'll need to take authority as mentioned earlier in this thread.

    Hope this helps a little - let me know if it isn't clear.
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  10.    12 Jul 2016 #40
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    gpedit.msc namespace conflict


    I have a small lenovo thinkpad that I don't use too frequently but it did come with windows 10 professional pre-installed on the computer. I don't use the group policy editor much but when to use it about a week or so ago and I got the same pop-up message. I just clicked ok, it popped up one more time, clicked ok and just ignored it.

    I think that I was going to configure the windows updates, but just skipped it since I got that message.

    However, now that I have a little time, I thought that I would investigate what the error message is all about.

    It does look like this is happening with an update to 1511 machines. I am not sure what a 1511 machine is but I am getting it as well.

    This is a Lenovo Thinkpad running windows 10Pro. Processor is and Intel Celeron cup n2940 1.83GHz
    4 gb ram installed
    64 bit operating system
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