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I need a fix for "Some settings are managed by your organization".


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#1 xdaichi

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Posted 30 July 2015 - 08:47 PM

Hi guys,

I have a problem. I was checking the new settings in Windows 10 and I saw this: http://gyazo.com/8a069ea8f17fc8c397d14a6d15da7b56

My computer is not part of an organization and I want to get rid of that.
As you can see the "Send Microsoft info about..." is grey and I can't change it.
I would like to have full control of my pc so if you can help I will be very happy.
If it can help it's not a clean installation and I don't wanna do that. I upgraded from Windows 7 Pro.

Sorry if I made some mistakes, English is not my native language :)
 


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Posted 01 August 2015 - 08:46 AM

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Posted 01 August 2015 - 09:41 AM

Your English is fine, but no one can fix that problem.  It's Microsoft overriding some features but blaming it on 'your organization'.  There may be settings in Group Policy you can change (gpedit.msc but you have to run it as administrator).  Often, even if you change them, nothing happens.

 

There's also 'Godmode' (Google on that, you'll have to paste the file name to create the power).  That's a kind of master table of contents.  Again, stuff Microsoft overrides, you can't fix.

 

You might do better if you state specifically, what settings you want to change but cannot.  Often there will be a fix, but the method is not intuitive in any language.     :dance:


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