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Editing Local Policies

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I would like to adjust some settings using the secpol.msc or gpedit.msc.

Most stuffs I'd like to edit is at Security Settings/Local Policies/Security Options

Could anyone tell me any method? I tried to look for command lines, but I couldn't find any method ( If so that would be better so please point me to the right way :) )

I wouldn't not like to directly write to HKLManything.

Any ideas how to do?

(My current really lame idea is to start the process with hidden window, move outside the desktop and use controlsend & controlclick. Any better idea?)

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I've heard about it, but couldn't figure out how to use it's command line. Well, I know ot's not a windows forum, but if you csn, cwould you help me how to use it?

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I've heard about it, but couldn't figure out how to use it's command line. Well, I know ot's not a windows forum, but if you csn, cwould you help me how to use it?

 

Did you try https://www.google.com/#q=secedit.exe%20commands? The very first return is the technet page on SecEdit.


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