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2010



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windows 7I have already covered such a topic a couple of days ago. You might want to read this article on how to turn off the control panel in Windows 7. The article dealt with tricky and difficult Windows registry keys to modify. If you don’t feel comfortable among such settings and tweaks, I have just found another trickswhich will sort out the same result (namely prevent the access to your control panel)   but in a more, easy and soft way. This trick only works on  Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions.

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click run and in its field, type: gpedit.msc and press Enter.
  3. A new window called Local Group Policy Editor will appear on the screen. Go to  User Configuration – Administrative Templates -  Control Panel in the left pane.
  4. In the left pane, double click Prohibit access to the Control Panel.
  5. Click the Enable option to forbid the access to the Control Panel.

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2 Comments to “How to Prevent and Forbid Access to Control Panel in Windows 7”

  1. Kervin Vergara Says:

    I think it’s a great way to protect the integrity of our Windows 7. Thanks for all those tricks daily. Whenever I visit and read. Greetings, and many successes.

  2. Web Talk Says:

    Thanks Kevin for your kind words! Competition is tough but…I am not in a hurry, you know! In the end I will manage to build my own personal, untochable space on the Internet…so far so good! :) Wish you luck too! :)

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