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Command Prompt Has Been Disabled | What to Do

"When I open Command Prompt on a Windows 10 computer, a message pops up in the window, explaining that the command prompt has been disabled by administrator. Can anyone kindly tell me what I can do to solve this problem?"

Regarding to the question above, you can have a better understanding by referring to the following picture. Moreover, such a phenomenon could be a result that the "Prevent access to the command prompt" setting has been enabled. If it is the case, follow the three steps illustrated below to settle the problem.

Video guide on what to do when Command Prompt is disabled in Windows 10:

Steps to enable Command Prompt in Windows 10:

Step 1: Open the Local Group Policy Editor.

Click the lower-left Start button, type group policy in the search box and tap Edit group policy in the results.

Step 2: Find and open the "Prevent access to the command prompt" setting.

In User Configuration/Administrative Templates/System, you can find and double-tap it.

Step 3: Disable or do not configure the setting.

Choose Not Configured or Disabled, and click OK.

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