Accessing gpedit msc as a slave drive

Hello,
I set a reboot script in the gpedit.msc. It was a mistake , and now I cant get into the gpedit.msc to fix it. this is on the local machine policy.
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  1. scotty2hottie said:
    Hello,
    I set a reboot script in the gpedit.msc. It was a mistake , and now I cant get into the gpedit.msc to fix it. this is on the local machine policy.




    The reason you haven't had any replies is because no-one can be sure you aren't trying to hack the Group Policy without the network Administrator finding out. Try going into Safe Mode as Administrator and if you don't know the password, try asking the person who manages the network.
  2. +1

    Strange that you could get into gpedit.msc before, and not now. I'm not sure how a reboot script could cause this. But a local admin logon will soon solve this.
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