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Discus and support *Some settings are managed by your organization/Contact your system administrator to... in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; I am having multiple issues related to organization policies that are on my personal computer. I have 3 emails connected to my Surface Book 2: a work... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by L_R00, Jan 14, 2021 at 11:32 AM.

  1. L_R00 Win User

    *Some settings are managed by your organization/Contact your system administrator to...


    I am having multiple issues related to organization policies that are on my personal computer. I have 3 emails connected to my Surface Book 2: a work account, a school account, and my personal Microsoft account. I believe it is my school account that is restricting me. There is only one actual account that is set up on my computer but when I sign in to it it says that I am not the admin for some reason. I would like to remove all restrictions to my device but I have no idea what I did wrong in the first place or where to start.

    :)
     

  2. Some settings managed by system administrator, no organization

    My laptop runs Windows 10 Pro. I have a Microsoft account managed through my university that I use only to sign in to Microsoft Office (university provides a license), so it isn't able to manage my device and my device isn't a part of the organization. Regardless,
    when I open BitLocker, I receive the message that "For your security, some settings are managed by your system administrator." From what I understand I should be the system administrator, because I have an admin account on my computer and it is not managed
    by any remote policies. What does this message mean and how can I gain full control over my computer?

    As a side note, I've encountered this message regularly while setting up BitLocker on my device and it seems to make it impossible to require a PIN on startup without editing Group Policies.
     
    NicholasFulton, Jan 14, 2021 at 11:34 AM
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  3. Yancyd66 Win User
    *Some settings are managed by your organization

    Did that and it doesn't work.

    Open Start Menu and type gpedit.msc.

    • Right click on gpedit.msc and Run as Administrator.
    • Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Data Collection and Preview Builds.
    • Find Allow Telemetry and double click on it.
    • Change its setting to Enabled and change the drop down menu entry to 3-Full.
    • Click on Apply and OK.
    • Again open the file and change setting like before. That means change Enabled to Not Configured.
    • Still see: *Some settings are managed by your organization.

    Then tried regedit suggestion from other community person that didn't work:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER > SOFTWARE > Policies > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > PushNotifications.

    Now you will see NoToastApplicationNotification. Double click on it.

    Now change its value 1 to 0. 1 is default value. You will make it 0.

    Click on OK.

    Now, Sign out your Microsoft Account. Sign in again.

    Issue with this suggestion is that there is no "PushNotifications" listed.
     
  4. Scramjet Win User

    *Some settings are managed by your organization/Contact your system administrator to...

    "some settings are managed by your system administrator"

    I had same problem and I found this site that worked for me. It's similar to some of the links posted here.
    Windows 10 - Some Settings Are Managed By Your Organization
    Worth a try to see if you have already done all those steps *Some settings are managed by your organization/Contact your system administrator to... :)

    cheers
     
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