The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Group Policy snap-in is used to configure users and computers and to define many of the system settings both on the local computer and on the network. Launching the snap-in requires administrator access to computer resources.
Click the "Start" button to open the main menu of the system and go to the "Run" item to carry out the procedure for launching the "Group Policy" snap-in on the local computer.
Enter gpedit.msc in the Open field and click OK to confirm the run command.
Return to the main "Start" menu and go to the "All Programs" item to perform an alternative launch of the "Group Policy" snap-in.
Expand the "Standard" link and select the "Command Line" item.
Enter the value gpedit.msc in the command line tool text box and press the Enter function key to confirm the run command.
Return to the main "Start" menu and go to the "Run" item to start the operation of the "Group Policy" snap-in from the management console for a computer included in the local network.
Enter mmc in the Open field and click OK to confirm that the console will start.
Select the Add or Remove Snap-in item in the File menu of the top toolbar of the program window and go to the Isolated Snap-in tab of the dialog box that opens.
Use the Add button to bring up the Add Standalone Snap-in dialog box and select Group Policy.
Confirm the execution of the selected command by clicking the Add button and click the Browse button in the new Select Group Policy Object dialog box to identify the desired computer on the local network.
Specify the required computer in the list that opens and click the "Finish" button to confirm your choice.
Use the Close button to complete the operation and click the OK button to apply the selected changes.