How to Forbid/Prevent Access to Windows 7 Registry

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Windows 7The System Registry in your Windows 7  allows you to customize your operating system in a lot of different ways, thanks to the hacks reported on a lot of articles and tutorials, here on Web Talk. However, as you know, a small error, a wrong number, a mistyped DWORD on the registry can cause irreversible damages on your computer. That’s why you might wish to forbid its access to other  users. Let’s see how to prevent and disable the access to the system registry thanks to a simple trick.

  1. Click Start.
  2. In the Search field, type gpedit.msc and press Enter.
  3. Now, go to Select User Configuration – Administrative Templates – System.
  4. Under Local Group Policy Editor, locate Prevent Access to Registry Editing Tools.
  5. Double-click it and click Enabled to forbid the access to the system registry.
  6. Click OK.

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