Local Group Policy For Specific User Or Group In Windows 10

Introduction
 
In Microsoft Windows 10, the Local Group Policy Editor offers fast access to various capable components that you can use to control your PC. If you want to follow policy settings to apply strategy settings to particular clients rather than the entire PC, however, you need to do some additional setup before you begin.
 
The Local Group Policy Editor isolates policy settings into two classes, listed below.
 
Computer Configuration which holds approaches that observe in spite of whether the consumer is logged in.
 
User Configuration which holds policies that applies to particular clients.
 
Step 1
 
Press Windows + R keys and type mmc.exe to get to Microsoft Management Console window (MMC), as shown in the below picture.

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Step 2
 
In this step, add the group policy snap-in to the Management Console. In the console window, tap the File menu and then select Add/Remove Snap-in.

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Step 3
 
When you select Add/Remove snap-in option, then on the left aspect of the snap-in window, you will select the Group Policy Object Editor.

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Step 4
 
In this step, when you select the group policy object editor option, then you can click on Add button. Click OK button, as shown in the below picture.

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Step 5
 
Choose a specific policy object (in this case, the client or user you need to control). When you click the OK button, then tap the Browse button, as shown in the below diagram.

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Step 6
 
In this step, when you click\ on the browse button, a new dialogue box will open. Select Users option.

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Step 7
 
Select the client to which you need policies to apply and click OK. In this illustration, we will set it up to make policies for non-administrator accounts.

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Step 8
 
Back on the select group policy object window, then click on Finish button.

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Step 9
 
In this step, click on OK button.
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Step 10
 
In this step, the main primary console window shows the new arrangement snap-in you've added. Tap the File menu and select the "Save as" option to save the new policy. Name it whatever sounds good to you. For instance, we’re naming this group policy for Non-Administrators.

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Note
 
When you arrange the policy for special users, only the User Configuration settings are accessible in the Group Policy Editor, not the computer configuration settings.
 
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