Rewriting user ID
▼ Now, here open the 1“C:\Windows\Temp\gpedit\” folder. From the folders shown below, we will edit the 2x64.bat file on a 64-bit system on PC
▼ 1right-click x64.bat file and click 2Edit on the context menu.
▼ x64.bat file is executed in Notepad, and the contents of the following file are displayed.
There are six “1%username%“as below, we’ll rewrite it to the current PC username.
▼ For example, if your username is “MIK“, you can edit all 6 places to 1“%MIK%”. By pressing, you can 2Save it.
Check your user ID
▼ As shown below, pressto open the Run window.
Entering 1cmd in the text field, and then click 2button.
▼ The following command prompt window opens. You can check the 1user ID.
From Windows 10 Creators Update(Ver. 1703), Command Prompt on the right click menu forhas disappeared.
Instead, “Windows Powershell” has become the default display shell. You can check it at the link below about the contents on how to switch to the “command prompt“.
Run as administrator
▼ Right-click the 1x64.bat file where the user ID is edited, and click 2“Run as administrator“.
▼ The User Account Control(UAC) appears to allow you to run the command prompt as administrator. Click the 1button.
▼ The result is that the command is executed at the command prompt as shown below, and exits immediately.
▼ Finally, the last step. Run the 1“installer.exe” in the same “C:\Windows\Temp\gpedit\” folder. 1Right-click the file and click ” 2“Run as administrator” as above.
▼ As with the above command prompt, the command is executed and exits immediately. Now you’re done.
Starting the Local Group Policy Editor
▼ Then, let’s start the Local Group Policy Editor. This time, Entering 1“gpedit.msc” in the Windows Search box, and click 2“gpedit.msc“.
▼ The local Group Policy Editor runs as shown below. Now you can do your usual work.