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Windows 7: Editing Local Group Policy

10 Aug 2010   #1

win 7 enterprise 64-bit
 
 
Editing Local Group Policy

Hello,

I'm packaging some software and have run into a problem.

When I try to install software through a .vbs script silently, the open file security warning screen pops up. I have found a way to disbale that through the Local Group Policy > ... > Inclusion list for low file types. But because this software will be installed from a network share, using my script, I can't have this window popping up. Also all the laptops have base images installed and I can't have them make this change for all them.

My question is can I modify the Local Group Policy > ... > Inclusion list for low file types setting through command line (my .vbs script), so the open file security warning screen dosen't pop up during installation and than edit it again to remove the .exe setting from the Inclusion list for low file types setting.

I work for a college/university, so leaving this setting enabled is not an option.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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