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Undoing a Policy Change

If a policy change has unwanted side effects or if the change was accidentally made at the wrong security policy level (such as at the machine policy level instead of the user policy level), you can use Caspol.exe to recover the last machine, user, or enterprise policy before the change was made.

To undo a policy change

  • Type the following command at the command prompt:

    caspol [-enterprise|-machine|-user|-all] –recover

    Specify the policy-level option before the –recover option. If you omit the policy-level option, Caspol.exe undoes the policy change at the default policy level. For computer administrators, the default level is the machine policy level; for others, it is the user policy level.

    The following command undoes the last change to the user policy.

    caspol –user -recover
    
    Note   The –recover option only undoes the last change. Caspol.exe does not cache any changes prior to the last change. If you call this option twice, you undo the policy recovery.

See Also

Configuring Security Policy Using the Code Access Security Policy Tool (Caspol.exe) | Resolving Security Policy Issues Using Caspol.exe | Security Policy Model | Code Access Security Policy Tool (Caspol.exe)

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