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  1. Open Group Policy Management
  2. Edit an existing policy or create a new policy.
  3. Navigate to Computer Configuration ->Policies->Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Registry.
  4. Right click the Registry and click Add Key.
  5. Choose the Registry key you want to change.
  6. Configure the appropriate permissions.
  7. Choose the proper setting from the Add Object dialog box.
  8. Link or enforce the policy accordingly.

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