Task manager has been disabled.Xp & Vista [solved] 100%
Posted by jimstech on November 21, 2009
How to kick out “Task manager has been disabled” by your administrator error from your PC??
Yes..,Here is the way..lets go..
Step 1: click start button then press “r” or simply click the run from accessories
Step 2: Type “gpedit.msc”.. now you will get this window..
Step 3: Click on “Administrative Templates” under “user configuration”
Step 4: Click the System and locate the “CTRL + ALT + DEL”, Double click on it.
Step 5: Select “Remove Task Manager”,Double click on it. properties window will appears now.
Step 6: Select the “enabled” on the option button then click apply.
This will make a policy to prevent access to the registry editing tools.
Step 7: After clicking on apply select the “disabled” in the option button then click the apply again then click ok button when finished.
The disabled button will make the policy into default. The computer will automatically configure it and becomes a default config.
Now you can access your Task manager..
“ve a nice day.. 🙂
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