A program called RegMon by Sysinternals can be used to display registry activity in real time. After running this program it is apparent that registry access barely remains idle. The Registry is referenced in one way or another with every action taken by the user. Linux has configuration files instead usually in /etc.
In the work area, double click on “Prevent Access to registry editing tools”. In the popup window, encircle Disabled and click on OK.
This should be the safest method as the packages are downloaded/installed from Microsoft. If you only want to share the printer, then its possible to create a Workgroup instead of the domain and it can be done without using the group policy editor. Usman Khurshid is a seasoned IT Pro with over 15 years of experience in the IT industry. He has experience in everything from IT support, helpdesk, sysadmin, network admin, and cloud computing. He is also certified in Microsoft Technologies and also Cisco Certified Professional in Routing and Switching. You can also follow our gpedit.msc tag to explore more about using the group policy editor for different tasks. Policy Plus is a third-party app and an alternative to the built-in Group Policy editor.
The SFC scan will figure out which driver or file is causing the Opencl.dll Error and you will be notified once the scan is completed . But you need to remember that the SFC scan will only be able to locate the error and not fix it.
Guess what the product key is on the disk there for comparison. You can also use the MEM Intune portal to check the registry checks using the CMPivot query if you have already enabled the tenant attach feature. You don’t need to create applications and packages to have to check the registry entries anymore. You can get the current registry key permissions using the Get-ACL cmdlet (the Get-ACL cmdlet also allows you to manage NTFS permissions on files and folders). Those, you can access the registry key and their parameters using the same PowerShell cmdlets that you use to manage files and folders. Like the tools above it also shows the usually hidden SAM and SECURITY keys, and while testing it was able to edit or delete a number of the registry keys that the tools above couldn’t. The PsExec command line utility is part of the PSTools remote administration set of command line utilities from Sysinternals.