The absence of Group Policy Editor in Windows 10 Home repeatedly causes consternation to those who are sophisticated Windows users who happen to be dealing with a Windows 10 Home machine.
I was just referred to this article: https://www.itechtics.com/easily-enable-group-policy-editor-gpedit-msc-in-windows-10-home-edition/
I downloaded the .bat file and opened it in edit mode. From what I can tell it seems to be entirely legitimate and uses built-in Win10 utilities to enable functionality that is already present, but strategically not enabled, as Windows 10 Home ships.
There are others here who know far more about both Command Prompt batch files and the various commands including pushd and dism that are employed by it.
I can see nothing in this that suggests that anything illegal/not permissible for discussion on Bleeping Computer is being used. If I am somehow mistaken in that, please report this topic and it will be promptly removed. As a moderator I am certainly not condoning doing anything that would violate forum rules, and if I'm doing so it's out of ignorance, not nefarious intent.
The title asks it all. What say you all who've "Been there, done that, got the T-Shirt" with sophisticated batch script creation and advanced Windows utilities?