Some Settings Are Managed By Your Organization

So, I installed Windows 10 Pro 64-bit yesterday and have sầu been configuring it since. Somewhere along the way a setting got triggered somehow which results in a message "Some settings are managed by your organization." I would lượt thích to lớn know how to correct this.

I am not part of a domain, this is a home computer and there is one user trương mục, mine, with administrator privileges.

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This message is misleading, at least in the Windows Update dialog.

This is based on that in the privacy settings under "Settings" -> "Privacy" -> "Feedback và diagnostics" -> "Diagnostics & usage data" it is set to "Basic". Change it khổng lồ "Enhanced" or higher, the message disappears.

I have a German Windows 10 Professional version, so can not say exactly whether the menu names are correct. However, this must be increased.

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This can also indicate that local Group Policy settings have been phối. (You might want lớn run a malware scan if you"re certain you didn"t purposefully adjust these settings. It is also conceivable that anti-virut programs or system maintenance tools might have done this.)

To inspect and adjust your machine"s local Group Policy, press Win+R, type gpedit.msc, and press Enter. In the left pane, expvà Administrative sầu Templates under Computer Configuration. Settings for Windows Update are in the thư mục called Windows Update under Windows Components. The settings for user profiles are in User Profiles under System in Administrative sầu Templates.

After you select a folder that contains policy settings, you can double-cliông chồng the policies in the main pane to lớn enable, disable, and configure them. Setting policies to Not Configured will enable the normal UI (e.g. in Control Panel) in most cases. Once finished adjusting the policies, cchiến bại the Local Group Policy Editor & type gpupdate in the Run dialog. Restart or re-log if necessary.

Read about the Local Group Policy Editor on TechNet.

If you have sầu a trang chủ edition of Windows, the Registry representation of the Windows Update Group Policy settings is at SOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftWindowsWindowsUpdate. Most settings are under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, but there are some in HKEY_CURRENT_USER. There can also be an AU subkey. Removing the values reverses the Group Policy settings.