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Remove GPEdit from Windows 10 Home

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I know Windows 10 Home does not have Group Policy Editor, but some tweaks out there allow it. The one I used is a .bat file from this website that enables gpedit.msc to work. Now, I like to undo or disable what that .bat did, but not sure how to do that. I've attached the .bat file below. Some help would be great.

Thanks in advance

 

gpedit-enabler.bat

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run rsop.exe from an elevated command prompt to see what policies are applied to the server at the moment.

run gpedit.msc to check if there are local policies applied on the server...

 

 

 

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