Find a condition where the task manager window is disabled or unable to open? Don’t Worry, here’s how to fix the warning popup“Task Manager Has Been disabled by Your administrator“.
It feels strange when not doing deactivation and changes directly, but the system says otherwise by locking access. Here are some ways you can reopen it.
Fix Task Manager Disable Via Regedit
This process will lead users to make changes to the Windows system registry, especially the task manager settings. How? Please follow the stages below
- Open the Registry Editor with the Win+ Rfastbutton, then the“regedit” insert.
- Next access the file directory, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System. Select the file name (Click) DisableTaskMgr and change the data value to “0”, and then press OK to save the change.
- Done, try accessing the task manager again
Registry becomes the control panel of the status of the operating system, If the above method has not been able to solve the problem, then you can try other steps below.
Fix Via gpedit.msc
This step will lead users to view and change group policy editor settings, here’s how more:
- Use win+Rquickbutton, when“gpedit.msc” and then press OK
- Next, Access the User Configuration Directory file\System\Ctrl+Alt+Del Option, Select Remove Task manager, and change the settings Not Configurated.
- View settings in the Remove Task Manager menu, press Apply, and then OK to save the changes.
- Done, and try to re-access task manager.
Both steps provide an easy picture of the solution, so it can be done independently. Please follow the instructions and keep a close eye on the stage details so as not to make any changes.
If it’s still constrained as well, you can try setting the task manager to the initial or default settings.
Reset Task Manager to Default Settings
At this stage the user can return to the initial settings, this will be very useful when the task manager is experiencing problems. Doing the task is quite easy, please follow the following instructions:
- Open the regedit, in a way like the previous stage
- Access directory HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\TaskManager,
- Right-click on the Task Manager directory and then select Delete, and click Yes on the popup “Are you sure want permanently delete this key all of its subkeys”.
- Done, please try to reopen the task manager.
To open the task manager itself can be done in several ways, for example, the keyboard combination keys CTRL + ALT + DEL, or CTRL + Shift + ESC. But if you prefer to search in the menu of applications and programs installed, when the keyword “task manager”.
That’s how to fix the notification popup“Task Manager Has Been disabled by Your administrator” and a little extra reset it to the original.