Fix IE Issue: "Some settings are managed by your system administrator"

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In this video tutorial, I will show you a possible working method for the Internet Explorer issue. You may notice such a message in the IE settings tab: “Some settings are managed by your system administrator”. This may be very annoying and it also locks the ability to change IE settings.

So here are the steps to possibly fix this issue:
1. Run the Regedit
2. Go to: HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftInternet ExplorerMain
3. Delete the entire ‘Internet Explorer’ keys chain and exit the Registry Editor.
4. If needed, reboot your PC or just restart Internet Explorer.
5. Then go back to IE settings tab and check whether this method worked for you.

Why did this method work for me? I did previously few changes in the Registry Editor that were related and dedicated to Internet Explorer settings, and as a result, this issue appeared. For sure, for some people this method won’t be helpful at all and they probably would need to reset IE settings or if some users do have a Windows Pro version, then they might find a solution for this problem in the Group Policy Editor which I don’t have as I use Windows 10 Home edition.
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Hope you liked my video. In case you chase any problems or have some IT related questions then please let me know in the comments or inform me via my emails: ilovewindows78910@gmail.com or amismyle@hotmail.com
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8 COMMENTS

  1. thanks it worked but i have a question why computers have this kinds of so many problem they make me mad we should put all computers in rocket and send in the space

  2. I did everything and thanks for your help but it doesn't work for me when i want to change local lan settings it still the same problem and btw i don't have the internet explore folder on regedit

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