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Is there a method to enable or disable group policies using the command line or a batch file I can create, so I don't have to go through all my policies and restrict or unrestrict them one by one?
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Just Windows 7 x64 Ult.

Is it even possible on a non-server edition or am I out of luck?
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On second thought, never mind! I figured out I could set one level up hash rules to allow trusted applications to constantly update and whatnot.
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