Thursday, January 21, 2016
How To Fix 'Group Policy Editor Error' In Windows 10
The function of the Group Policy Editor cannot be over-emphasized in carrying out many processes. From using it to disable features to preventing installation of applications, which are among some of the commonest applications it is used for in Windows operating systems.
Image of Group Policy Error
When it encountered error it becomes difficult to use it for any of the processes it is made for. One of them is the failure to open the Group Policy Editor with the dialog message, '' Failed to open Group Policy Object on this computer. You might not have the appropriate rights''.
To solve the problem the following steps would be useful in the process.
Red arrow indicating This PC
STEP 1: Double -click on 'This PC' to open it .
Image showing red arrow pointing to Local Disk(C)
STEP 2: Next, double-click on 'Local Disk(C)' to open it.
Arrow pointing to Windows folder
STEP 3: Double on 'Windows' fold to continue.
Red arrow indicating SysWOW64 folder
STEP 4: Open the 'SysWOW64' folder.
Image showing red arrows pointing to process
STEP 5: Locate 'GroupPolicy' and right-click on it and select 'Delete' to remove it.
Image showing Windows Key + R in red
STEP 6: Press Windows Key + R to Open 'Run' dialog.
Red arrows pointing to process
STEP 7: Type or copy and paste gpedit.msc into 'Run' and click 'Ok' to continue.
Posted by Patrick Johnson