How to enable your task manager and registry editor back

This is a guide by me so all rules are followed.

I made this in 2011 but i never posted it here. I guess it's time to do that. So lets get to it!

Is your task manager or registry editor or even both disabled?
Does your antivirus remove the virus who causes it but it doesn't remove the restriction to the task manager &/or registry editor?
It's easy to enable it back and it often gets disabled because of a virus.

How to enable your task manager and registry editor back

To Enable you task manager

  1. Click Start
  2. Then Click Run
  3. Enter gpedit.msc in the Open box and click OK
  4. In the Group Policy settings window
  5. Select User Configuration
  6. Select Administrative Templates
  7. Select System
  8. Select Ctrl+Alt+Delete options
  9. Select Remove Task Manager
  10. Double-click the Remove Task Manager option

To enable your Registry Editor

  1. Click on Start -> Run (or Start Search in Windows Vista).
  2. Enter GPEdit.msc and then press Enter.
  3. Navigate to the following location:
  4. User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System

In the Settings pane, locate the Prevent access to registry editing tools option, and then double-click on it to open the settings dialog.
Select Disabled or Not Configured.
Click on OK button.
Try to run RegEdit.exe, and if required (still blocking yet), restart the computer.

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