Open Group Policy is a system administrative tool that allows users to manage Windows Group Policy.
Users can change system settings with it, as well as manage the Group Policy Object.
One user stated:
> When trying to open the group policy editor I get the following error message > “the group policy setting editor cannot open this setting due to an error” > –> Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition [Version 7601] on x64-based > system [Microsoft Windows NT 6.1]
Given the importance of this tool, users might be faced with this problem.
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Use Command prompt
- Launch Command prompt as administrator.
- In the Command prompt, run the following command:
net.exe stop wuauserv
- Restart the computer and check if the error is resolved
Run the Group Policy troubleshooter
- Press Windows then type troubleshoot. Select Troubleshooting to open the top result.
- Select Additional troubleshooters from the left.
- Select Group Policy to open the window directly below.
- Press the Run the troubleshooter button.
- Wait while the troubleshooter runs.
- If the troubleshooter fixes any issues, it will suggest solutions. Press the Apply the suggested solutions button to apply those solutions.
Use the Group Policy Editor
- 1. Press the Windows key + R hotkey to launch the Run accessory.
- Input the gpediu command in Run and click OK to open the Group Policy Editor.
- Select the User Configuration tab.
- Then select Administrative Templates from the Group Policy tree.
- Select the Start Menu and Taskbar option.
- Select the Turn off group policy notifications option.
- Click the Apply and OK buttons.
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Run the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility
- Open Windows search with Windows Key + S and type msicleanup.
- Select Windows Installer Cleanup Utility.
- Locate the Uninstall section.
- Scan for remnants, and select the Remove button.
- Press Windows Key + X and then choose Command prompt (Admin) from the menu.
- When Command prompt starts, run the following command: sfc /scannow
- Press Windows + I to open Settings.
- Navigate to Update & Security.
- Select Recovery from the left pane.
- Select Troubleshoot from the right pane.
- Click on the Open Windows Update Troubleshooter button.
Perform a Clean Boot
- Press Windows + X to open Win X menu, and select Command prompt (Admin).
- Now, type net start msconfig and hit Enter to launch the System Configuration window.
- Go to the Services tab, click Disable all to disable all services, and click on OK to save changes.
- Next, move to the Startup tab, check Open Task Manager when windows starts under Startup items, and click on OK to save changes.
- Now, click on OK to save the changes.
- Restart your PC and try to open Group Policy again.
- To open Task Manager from the Start menu, type taskmgr in Cortana search.
- Click the Start button to open Task Manager, and then click File and select Run New Task under File tab.
- Now, type explorer.exe in the Open box and select OK to save changes.