Saturday, October 22, 2011

Task Manager Has Been Disabled By Your Administrator - Solved

This is the most common error for the computer users. When you press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete to manage your tasks or to open Task Manager you get the error massage "Task Manger has been disabled by your administrator". When you right click on Windows Task Bar and Start Task Manager it will show you an error message that "The task manager has been disabled by your administrator although you have single PC on your Room and there is no other Administrator that control the Computer, then why this error comes? You will face this error if your Computer System infected with Virus or Spyware etc. Here in this article I will show you how you can easily solve "Task manager has been disabled by your administrator" on your Personal Computer.

Why This Error Comes?
As you know if you are using a Windows PC and then your must have Antivirus application on it, otherwise the PC will get infected with several computer virus, malware, spyware or adware etc. and you will get this type of error that your task manager has been disabled and you will unable open the task bar on your Computer, not only this problem you will face many other problems it the PC is getting infected with viruses. So it happens due to Virus, Mal-ware, Spyware affected the PC or in some cases someone has made this changes in Group Policy.
Task Manager Has Been Disabled By Your Administrator - Windows 7

How to Solve Windows Task Manager Disabled?
You can solve this issue or error on your Windows PC by following the below steps, where the detail process to solve Task Manager issue on Your Windows Computer has been described. So you need to setup the GROUP POLICY of Windows to re-enable the Task Manager, which so easy and anyone can do it it he/she has a basic Computer knowledge, please follow the steps below.

If You want to enable Task Manager just follow these steps: 
  • Go to Start -> Run and type gpedit.msc it will open Windows Group Policy.
  • On the Local Computer Group Policy Editor Window will appear. 
  • Double click { or Click on the Plus (+) Sign left side of the option} on Administrative Templates under User Configuration.
  • Then Double click on "System"
  • Then click on "Ctrl+Alt+Del Option" 
Task Manager Has Been Disabled By Your Administrator Working After Follow this process
On the right side panel you will see "Remove Task Manager" double click on that then click on "Disabled" Then Apply it and finally click on OK button. If it's Enabled or Not Configured then also select Disabled and Apply. 

Close the group policy, press Ctrl+Alt+Del you will see the Task Manager. 

Remember if its enabled that means your task manager will not work, sometimes it shows the state "Not configured" in that case it may not work, it should be Disabled to work perfect.

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