Use the POLICY keyword to define a policy that you can change using the GPO editor. The policy editor displays the policy and its controls in a dialog box that you use to change the policy’s state and settings. You can include multiple POLICY keywords in a single category, but you don’t need to include the KEYNAME keyword before each POLICY keyword. The most recent KEYNAME keyword applies for each policy. You end a policy with END POLICY.

Each policy contains a VALUENAME keyword to associate a registry value with it. By default, the GPO editor assumes that it’s a REG_DWORD value and stores 0x01 in it when you enable the policy. The policy editor also removes the value when you disable the policy. You must use the VALUEON and VALUEOFF keywords ...

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