Cant Modify Xp Local Security Policy

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    In a response to the latest attack on Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system, the company has introduced a feature in their latest Security Bulletin that allows Vista users to be able to modify certain settings within their local security policy. This sort of policy is often used for automatically running security software on the computer whenever an attacker is detected. The problem with this method is that it can result in the Windows Vista running applications that are not approved by Microsoft. This means that if you want to install Microsoft Office or other important applications, they will need to be manually installed. However, if you were to choose to modify the local security policy on your own, you may end up making things worse.

    As is explained in the Microsoft Security Bulletin, computers with Windows Vista installed will not be able to use the Run security software in the local security policy. However, the best way to get around this problem is to go into the Start menu and choose Control Panel, then click Security. From there, click on Local Policies and then select the Local Security Policy item. From here, you will need to click on the Advanced tab and then go through the list of options until you find Run All Programs.

    You will then need to click on the Run tab and then double-click on it in order to remove the last set of default entries that Windows has for running applications. After doing this, you should go back to Control Panel and go to the Security tab and then click on the Add button in order to add a new local security policy. From here, you will need to add a new item, and you will then need to enter the name of your new policy.

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