1.    22 Oct 2008 #1
    Join Date : Oct 2008
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    vista home premium 64bit
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    is their anyway to access gpedit.msc or its some of its contents on home premium?

    or is their another way to change the setting that windows autoumatically set to 20, in terms of bandwidth? i'm sorry for being so vague but i dont know the exact name of the setting.

    All help greatly appreciated

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  2.    22 Oct 2008 #2
    Join Date : Mar 2008
    Doncaster, UK
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    Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
    Local Time: 13:41
    england uk yorkshire


    Re: gpedit.msc

    Hi Robbie and welcome to Vista Forums

    I think that you are referring to the 'QoS Reserved Bandwidth Limit'. In that case, have a look at the following Tutorial: QoS Bandwidth Reserve Limit
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  3.    23 Jan 2011 #3
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    vista home basic , 32 bit
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    Re: gpedit.msc

    how to implement gpediit.msc into vista home basic.
    I have copied all the .dll files in windows ; system32 and inf folders respectively still not working...plz help..
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  4.    23 Jan 2011 #4
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    Vista Home Premium x86 SP2
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    uk european union


    Re: gpedit.msc

    Quote Originally Posted by debraj View Post
    how to implement gpediit.msc into vista home basic.
    I have copied all the .dll files in windows ; system32 and inf folders respectively still not working...plz help..
    Hello and welcome to the Vista Forums!

    Sadly, it cannot be done. Those hacks are for Windows XP. Windows Vista is far more resilient, and no one has done it yet. You need Windows Vista Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise to get that feature.


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  5.    24 Jan 2011 #5
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    Re: gpedit.msc

    Actually GPEDIT.MSC is mainly registry changes/tweaks (though changing the reg. can cause many faults and machine malfunction as well)
    you can edit manually. again- i did not try it and do not recommend it BUT if one does it, backup the registry is a MUST!:
    How to get Group Policy Editor in Vista Home Edition | Windows Reference
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  6.    05 Sep 2012 #6
    Join Date : Sep 2012
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    usa us missouri


    Re: gpedit.msc


    By default vista home edition doesn’t have group policy edition i.e gpedit.msc.If you want to use group policy edition in vista home edition follow this procedure.
    Go to start—>Run—>Type regedit click ok

    Now you need to navigate the following key from left pane

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Lsa

    Create the following DWORD value (if it doesn’t exist):


    and set it to:

    1 – Clients use LM and NTLM authentication, and they use NTLMv2 session security if the server supports it. Domain controllers accept LM, NTLM, and NTLMv2 authentication.
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