I know that I can use group policy preferences to set registry key values on a Windows 7 computer. But is it possible to apply registry key permissions using group policy?
Note: I’ve seen this post about writing scripts using SubInAcl but was trying to find a way to use a group policy without a script.
Yes; from the Group Policy Object Editor, expand Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings. You should see a Registry option, where you can add keys and specify permissions.
Note that just allows you to play with permissions; i.e. this is different from Group Policy Preferences, where you can actually set values
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