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Windows Vista® Inside Out Deluxe Edition by Craig Stinson, Carl Siechert, Ed Bott

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Using the Local Group Policy Editor

You make Group Policy settings using the Group Policy Object Editor snap-in for Microsoft Management Console (MMC). Windows Vista includes an MMC console that shows only this snap-in, but you won’t find it on the Start menu. To open the Local Group Policy Editor console (shown in Figure 36-1), in the Start menu Search box type gpedit.msc. Using the Local Group Policy Editor console requires administrative privileges, so you’ll need to respond to the User Account Control (UAC) elevation request.

Creating a Custom Console for MLGPO

The predefined Gpedit.msc console includes a snap-in only for Local Computer Policy. Remember that settings in Local Computer Policy apply to all users, including yourself and any other ...

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