Disable TCP / IP

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Dear Friends ,

I want to Disable TCP / IP of my administrator when I am giving PC to use everyone as I am Network Engineer .

I tried to disable regrery in gpedit.msc , but still we can open TCP / IP .

Can anyone help me to solve this matter ?

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An administrator's account can't be restricted.
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Don2007 wrote:
An administrator's account can't be restricted.



If you are saying this , so Can you just explain me that there is one way to disable TCP/IP , so it's for whom ?

Run -> gpedit.msc

User Account -> Network Configuration -> Prohibit use properties of TCP/IP -> Enable.

say me , please.

If we create new account, it has no right already to change TCP/IP , so this setting must be for Administrator , right ?

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You said disable TCP/IP, not the right to change the setting. They are two different things. My answer was to the first question.

Domain users can not change the settings. Administrators can. What's the problem with that?
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My Dear Friend,

I already written that I want to Disable for Administrator . and It can do , even for Administrator .

But the problem is even I do , I can open TCP/IP and change.

Don2007 wrote:
You said disable TCP/IP, not the right to change the setting. They are two different things. My answer was to the first question.

Domain users can not change the settings. Administrators can. What's the problem with that?
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I see that we have a language problem here. I suggest that you try a forum in your own language.
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You might be able to do it via registry settings

Open up regedit and go to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Network Connections

Create a new DWORD value named NC_AllowAdvancedTCPIPConfig and set the value to 0.

You will need to be logged in as the administrator for this to work, you may also be able to set this at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and this should enforce the policy for all users.

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