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right click disabled after locking or unlocking my hard drive through gpedit.msc

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#1 pa25in


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Posted 09 June 2013 - 03:57 AM

hi, i am new to this forum, i have one issue: i used to lock my hard drive(s) for privacy reasons through "gpedit.msc", and my PC Used to work fine but nowadays after i lock or unlock thru gpedit... it disables my right click on explorer or desktop. now after that i googled and found option through "regedit" HKEY CURRENT USER\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\]POLICIES\EXPLORER and change "NoViewContextMenu" data to "0" and at some point deleted it too. it worked but only after restart. is there a way to permanently rectify this? because it is annoying to go through the long process and restart every time. please help. thanks in advance.

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