Fix “Some Settings Are Managed By Your Organization” Message Windows 10

After upgrading your computer to Windows 10 May update 2019, many users face this message “Some settings are managed by your organization” whenever they try to change or configures something in different sections of Windows settings.

While upgrading to Windows 10 you were asked “who owns this PC?” with either an organization or you, its Windows settings for quite some time now which enables organizations to limit the access of computer settings by their employees. You need to configure the settings carefully during the update. You might also see this message because of a bug. Don’t worry this is a little glitch which can be resolved easily, just relax and follow the steps below carefully.

Fix “some settings are managed by your organization” Windows 10

To fix this message let’s have a look to fix some settings are managed by your organization. Windows 10 Education, Pro and Enterprise editions allow you to edit group policies, if you are using Windows 10 Home edition then you are out of luck and you need other methods to do this.

  1. First, you need to open Run command by pressing Windows and R key from your keyboard and then type gpedit.msc and hit enter to open local group policy editor.
  2. Now, In the Local Grou Policy Editor, navigate to the following location and carefully modify the settings:
    Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Data Collection and Preview Build
  3. On the right side of Data collection and preview builds window find “Allow Telemetry”. Now double click on it and change settings to enable and from the drop-down select third option (Full) and then click Apply and ok.
  4. Now again open “Allow Telemetry” and change its settings to “Not configured”. Then click apply and ok.

Now, hopefully, you will have full control of the settings where you were seeing this message. Go back to that section in the Windows Settings and check the message “Some settings are managed by your organization” is gone or not. A restart might be required to effect properly.


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