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Limit Reservable Bandwith

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#1 lexzl


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Posted 06 November 2009 - 12:03 PM

So i've just recently upgraded from XP to 7 (Home Premium) and I was disappointed to learn that the home version does not have gpedit.msc

I'd like to limit the reservable bandwith and I know this was previously possible in Vista through Regedit.exe by creating a key called Psched, making a new dword 32-bit value for it named Nonbesteffortlimit, finally modifying it to a base value of 0 (Or whatever other value I whimsy).

So, my question is, can I still adjust this reservable bandwith through this method or is Windows 7 going to be detrimentally affected by this?

Edited by lexzl, 06 November 2009 - 12:04 PM.

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