Windows 10: "some settings are managed by your system administrator"

Discus and support "some settings are managed by your system administrator" in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hi, today i got a new m.2 ssd. After installing it i booted to my regular windows installation on another ssd, this is where the problems began. I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Mikseri123, Jan 2, 2019.

  1. "some settings are managed by your system administrator"


    Hi, today i got a new m.2 ssd. After installing it i booted to my regular windows installation on another ssd, this is where the problems began.

    I tried to change my monitor resolution but the message in the title had appeared and my monitor settings are grayed out, a similiar thing happened in the "privacy" options but this time it said "some settings are hidden or managed by your organization".

    My pc is not connected to any network, my user is in the administrators group and i am the only user on this pc.

    What have i allready tried:

    1. Checking all the local group policies in the "local group policy editor", all were marked as "not configured" as i understand they should be.

    2. Running "gpresult /z" in both normal and elecated command prompts, no results out of the ordinary.

    3. Checked for any registry keys i could think of that might cause something like this.

    4. Rebooted several times.

    5. Ran malwarebytes custom scan with all the options enabled and all drives checked, 0 threats identified.

    6. Reinstalling any drivers installed in the last 3 months (GPU and WiFi)

    My pc specs:

    Gigabyte ab350m gaming 3.
    Ryzen 5 1600.
    Rx 470.
    16gb adata ddr4 ram.
    Kingston SUV400S37240G ssd (system drive)
    Kingston SA1000M8480G ssd (the new m.2 ssd).
    Windows 10 Pro version 1803, build 17134.407.

    :)
     
    Mikseri123, Jan 2, 2019
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  2. angus Win User

    Settings can't be opened using the built-in administrator account


    Hello,
    Unfortunately I have the same issue as Dabz from upgrading win7 to win10.
    I've tried opening settings using all the suggested methods and it will not load using my account with Administrator access nor the built-in Administrator profile. I also tried other methods not listed such as using Run. Control panel is just a stepping stone to add users in Settings.
    I'm also having explorer.exe issues, which I believe is preventing Settings from loading.
    Using cmd (Admin) I successfully created a new user profile [and granted admin access also using cmd (Admin)], however win10 will not allow this account to log on. win10 does not list this new user within control panel but it does in the start menu. win10 will not allow to log in or switch to the new account via the start menu either.
    I can access settings in Safe Mode but this will not allow me to create a new account.
    Any help/suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
    Cheers
     
    angus, Jan 2, 2019
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  3. Johan45 Win User
    AMD FX OC'ers Club

    That's what the auto setting will do since you're over the 1333 mark it jumps to the next step which isn't listed or officially supported I assume by that ram.

    At this point though I would suggest dropping the multi one step or .5 so that we can get something stable and possibly take the heat issue out of the picture for now.
     
    Johan45, Jan 2, 2019
    #3
  4. "some settings are managed by your system administrator"

    System administrator and You Tube restricted mode

    Hello,

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.

    1. Are you using a local account or Microsoft account?
    2. How many user accounts are there on the computer?
    3. Do you have another administrator account on your computer?

    I suggest you to refer the following link to https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/174084 for YouTube.

    If you are having another administrator account on your PC, you can login to the administrator account and provide administrator access to the user account. Follow the steps mentioned below.

    Steps:-

    1. Tap on Windows + R on the keyboard.
    2. Type netplwiz in the run box.
    3. Under the Users tab, click on the
      user account and click on properties.
    4. Under Group Membership, select Administrator from the list.
    5. Click on Apply and OK.

    Hope it helps.

    Sandeep Kumar M

    Microsoft Community – Moderator
     
    Sandeep_KM, Jan 2, 2019
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