• Group Policy to change context menu to Win10 version?

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    Does anyone know how to setup a group policy to change the default context menu from the dumbed-down Windows 11 version to the full-featured Windows 10 version?  I know I can clickon  the Show More Options button, and I can hold the Shift key while right-clicking to get it.  I also know of the registry hack I can perform on a computer, but I have about 100 computers that might need the change and I cannot do it individually.  Group Policy would be the way to go if it is possible.




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      Put that registry key out via group policy.


      1. Open the Group Policy Management console (gpmc.msc) and create a new GPO or edit an existing one.
      2. Link the GPO to the OU that contains the computers or users that you want to deploy the registry key to.
      3. Expand the GPO section Computer Configuration or User Configuration > Preferences > Windows Settings > Registry and select New > Registry Item or New > Registry Wizard.
      4. Use the Registry Item or the Registry Wizard to configure the registry key that you want to push. You can connect to a remote computer that has the desired registry key and copy it.

      Susan Bradley Patch Lady/Prudent patcher

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