Originally Posted by rocker22dallas
if the admin disabled this, why are you trying to change it? coming from a student in the Computer Network System admin major.
most likely this was done by editing registry keys, and although you may be able to open regedit, you likely cannot edit because you shouldn't have the permissions for it. that would require admin privs (assuming security and group permissions are set in an active directory domain)
This. As a Computer Security Major, I second this. Don't try to change something that is blocked by the System Admin. I was a System admin for my High School for three years before moving. When we are told to block something, it is to be blocked and not changed by anyone. If someone managed to unblock it, it usually comes back to the student administrators, and they get in trouble.