Registry editing has been disabled by your administrator is a common message when a Registry feature on Windows is disabled that can be caused by being blocked or corrupted. Influencing regedit to perform system modifications is very necessary, so Taimienphi will guide you how to fix this error and enter the Registry normally.
The registry is a low-level database on Windows that stores the operational configuration of components in the operating system. Edits, configurations, options on the operating system will be saved on the Registry according to the keys in the form of trees divided by each component. For advanced users, when you want to edit any feature on Windows, users will have to edit directly in the Registry because not all edits are displayed visually in the form of the interface on Windows. The Registry is an important component of Windows that directly affects the operation of the computer, therefore, to ensure the stable operation of the system without external influences, the Registry will be disabled. Users who want to access the Registry will have to go through a number of operations to access and edit. Taimienphi will guide you how to enter the Registry as well as troubleshoot when encountering the error Registry editing has been disabled by your adminstrator.
Using Group Policies to fix Registry editing has been disabled by your administrator
Step 1: Press Windows key + R to open a Run window, enter the command gpedit.msc
Step 2: In the Local Computer Policy section, select User Configuration , choose Administrative Template
Step 3: In the list of key details, click System , find Prevent access to registry editing tools
Step 4: Double-click Prevent access to registry editing tools , tick Not Configured , and then click OK
You restart the computer, then check if the Registry has entered
Use .bat files
Step 1: Right-click on the desktop, select New , select Text Document to create a new text file in notepad format
Step 2: Open the newly created file, paste it into the following command line:
reg add “HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem” /t Reg_dword /v DisableRegistryTools /f /d 0
Step 3: Save as BatRegistry .bat (Note: .bat is the file extension)
Step 4: Double click on the newly created file to run it
Restart the computer to check if the Registry has appeared
Above are some ways you can access the Registry again in case this feature is disabled. Editing the Registry can also cause some unexpected error phenomena, refer to the top registry