Integration of local group policy editor (gpedit.msc) in Windows 10 Home
Among other differences from Home Windows Pro or Enterprise you can note the absence in the first local group policy editor, often used by administrators to fine-tune Windows. Therefore, the owners of the home versions usually offered the alternative – change settings directly via the registry, which is not always convenient, and to some extent risky because you can’t accidentally change the data and thus only harm the system.
The local group policy editor is not included in the system of Home and Starter editions, and Windows 10 is no exception. However, it can be made available in these versions. To integrate the programmers-enthusiasts have created a patch that includes all the necessary files for the operation of the equipment. It installs like any other program, but only on 32-bit systems.
If you are working on a 64-bit system, once you launch the installer, navigate to the %WinDir%/Temp and copy the files manually gpedit.dll, fde.dll, gptext.dll, appmgr.dll, fdeploy.dll gpedit.msc in system catalog C:/Windows/System32. Then go to the folder C:WindowsSysWOW64 and copy the folder GroupPolicy, GroupPolicyUsers, GPBAK and gpedit.msc in the same directory at C:/Windows/System32.
After all the manipulations with the files and folders restart the computer and try to open editor a local politician by the standard command gpedit.msc from the window «Run». In case of error go to the directory %WinDir%/Temp/gpedit and run there command file x64.bat or x86.bat if the bug had appeared in a 32-bit system. Download archive with the executable file setup.exe at the link https://yadi.sk/d/N2e-fS5cjUVJS. To start it as administrator. By the way, this tool also works perfectly in Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1.