Remove “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” 100% working

If you see the warning in Windows 10 or 11 “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” or “Some settings are managed by your organization.” There is a policy installed and active in Windows. A policy is a way in Windows to prevent users from using or modifying specific settings in Windows.

A policy is usually installed by a system administrator in an administrative or work environment. You can install a policy using the Group Policy editor in Windows.

Some of these settings are managed by your organization

A typical computer user, not part of a work environment may also encounter this message in Windows. In some cases, software may have been installed to force a policy, but it can also be installed by malware on your computer.

To remove a policy such as “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” from Windows, it is required that you are an administrator of the computer. Suppose you do not have an administrator account in Windows. In that case, you cannot remove the “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” policy.

To remove the “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” policy, you will need the help of an administrator such as a system administrator or network administrator. So, make sure you are the administrator of the PC to apply the fix in this guide.

Remove “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” 100% working

In the search bar in the taskbar, type: Notepad. Open the Notepad application.

Open notepad application

Copy and paste the following text into a new text file in Notepad. Make sure to use Notepad and not Wordpad.

reg delete "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies" /f
reg delete "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\WindowsSelfHost" /f
reg delete "HKCU\Software\Policies" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Policies" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsStore\WindowsUpdate" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\WindowsSelfHost" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\Policies" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Policies" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsStore\WindowsUpdate" /f

On the menu, click File and then Save As.

Notepad save as

Give the file name: policy.bat and change “Save As” to “All Files (*.*)”. Click the Save button.

save policy removal file

Go to the folder where you saved policy.bat. Then, right-click on policy.bat and click “Run as Administrator”.

run policy removal file as administrator

Check that the policy warning is now gone in Windows update or wherever you saw this policy warning.

I hope to have helped you using this guide. Thank you for reading!

What is “Some of these settings are managed by your organization”?

Some of these settings are managed by your organization is a warning that specific settings in Windows are externally managed. It means the PC has a policy installed which prevents users from using or modifying specific settings on the PC.

Is it possible to remove “Some of these settings are managed by your organization”?

Yes, it is possible. If you are the administrator of the PC you can remove the “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” warning. However, if the PC is owned by a company or you are not the administrator, I do advise you to ask the PC owner for help.

How to remove “Some of these settings are managed by your organization”?

The policy that is installed on the Windows 11 or Windows 10 PC can be removed by modifying specific values and keys in the Windows registry. I have added a script to remove “Some of these settings are managed by your organization”. However, do know that if the PC is managed by work or you are not the administrator of the PC that the “Some of these settings are managed by your organization” warning might return after reboot.

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