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At work we image a lot of machines and prepare them for the users, There is a pre deployment Check-Off guide of things we have to configure before we send the machine off. I am trying my best to automate this, and am stuck at one part i cant seem to get using vbs, .bat, or c#. I am not a veteran coder what so ever, i usually just google what i need and start piecing together to fit what im looking for.

What i need help with is Editing/Enabling 2 local machine Policies i will paste what im trying to automate below:

1) Run gpedit.msc > Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Logon Options > Open "Disable or enable software Secure Attention Sequence" > Enable & Select "Services and Ease of Access Applications" in the drop down menu > Apply > Ok

2)Run gpedit.msc > Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Printers > Point and Print Restrictions > Enable & In drop down menu for "When installing Drivers for a new connection" select "Do not show warning or elevation prompt" > In drop down menu for "When updating drivers for an existing connection" select "Do not show warning or elevation prompt" > Apply > Ok


These machines are all Windows 7 with latest .net framework installed. I will be doing a C# windows form application using Visual Studio 2010. I have tried making such changes in the registry but have had no luck. For testing purposes i have a simple form with a button. Trying to complete the changes above with the press of a button.

If anyone has any help or information they could point me to that would be awesome, If you could provide me snippets of code and any resources i may need to import to complete this task, that would be even more amazing.


Thank you in advance
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