Tips for Installing and Enabling Group Policy Editor in Windows XP Home Edition

Group Policy Editor enables users to examine, modify, alter, or personalize numerous advanced policies and system settings, but the main problem is that the Window XP Home Edition doesn’t incorporate the Group policy Editor.

Consequently, the users waste their time searching for a way to open group policy editor. The other option they have is to edit the matching registry keys manually to make the necessary change.

However, you do not have to worry much about this as there is a hack available and you can easily edit the Microsoft Management Consol in Windows XP Home Edition, and you can install GPedit.msc by hacking MMC. You will have to follow the below mentioned steps for installing group policy editor. After hacking you will be able to use and run GPedit.msc similar to Windows XP Professional.

You will have to download the required system files for installing Group Policy Editor on Windows XP Home Edition from here.

Now Run InstallGPEdit.bat batch command

Copy these below mentioned to %WinDir%\System32\ folder (typically C:\Windows\System32):

  • appmgmts.dll
  • appmgr.dll
  • fde.dll
  • fdeploy.dll
  • gpedit.msc
  • gpedit.dll
  • gptext.dll

Create these folders

  • %WinDir%\System32\GroupPolicy
  • %WinDir%\System32\GroupPolicy\ADM

Copy these files in %WinDir%\System32\GroupPolicy\ADM directory

  • system.adm
  • inetres.adm
  • conf.adm

Now use the following command in the command prompt

%Windir%\System32\ folder

  • regsvr32 gpedit.dll
  • regsvr32 fde.dll
  • regsvr32 gptext.dll
  • regsvr32 appmgr.dll
  • regsvr32 fdeploy.dll

After completing the hack procedure you will have to run Group Policy Editor by:

Start then open Run command then type gpedit.msc

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