How to Repair Remote Desktop “Some Settings are Managed by your Organization” Error on Windows 10

Lately, many Windows 10 users have been complaining about the “Some settings are managed by your organization” error message on a remote desktop.

Fortunately, solving this problem is not as difficult as it seems. In this article, we will show you how to solve this problem step by step. Just take the time to follow the simple steps below.

What causes the “Some settings are managed by your organization” error message in Remote Desktop?

  • There are work accounts associated with the device: Because of these accounts, you need permission from your organization to make changes to your computer.
  • Problem with the hard drive: According to users, the problem arose because the drive was designed to store data only.
  • Registry errors: certain registry values can affect your operating system and cause this and other errors.
  • Antivirus problems: Many antivirus programs can affect your system and cause this message.

How do you fix the Remote Desktop error “Some settings are managed by your organization”?

Configure the use of data sharing

  1. Open the Start menu and click Settings.
  2. Then click Privacy.
  3. Then click on Diagnostics and Feedback.
  4. If you haven’t already done so, click on Required diagnostic data that was previously marked as Completed.
  5. Then click on Required diagnostic data previously marked as Basic.

Deleting work or school accounts

  1. Click the Start menu again and select Settings.
  2. Then click Accounts.
  3. Then click Work or School Access.
  4. Then select all accounts associated with your work or school and delete them.

Resolve the problem with the Group Policy Editor

  1. Click on the Start menu and type gpedit.MSC.
  2. The top result should be the local Group Policy Editor.
  3. Right-click on the output of gpedit.MSC and select Run as administrator.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor, use the hierarchical list of options on the left side of the window to navigate to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Data Collection and Preview Assemblies.
  5. If you selected Data Collection and Preview Assemblies, you will see the Allow Telemetry option on the right side of the window. Double-click it to change the options.
  6. Click Enabled at the top of the Allow Telemetry options window.
  7. If telemetry is enabled, click on the drop-down list under Options and select 3 – Full.
  8. Click OK to save your changes and close the window.
  9. Then in the Group Policy Editor, double-click Enable Telemetry again to bring up the same configuration window again.
  10. This time, select “Not Configured” instead of “Enabled.”
  11. Finally, click OK to save your changes and close the window. You can also exit the Group Policy Editor now.
  12. Now go back to where you previously received the “Some settings are managed by your organization” message.
  13. You should see that the message is gone and you have full access to your Windows 10 settings.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Delete work or school accounts.
  2. Change the diagnostics and usage data.
  3. Check the hard drive.
  4. Change your settings with the Group Policy Editor.
  5. Change your registry.
  6. Check your antivirus program.
  7. Enable telemetry.
  8. Check your scheduled tasks.

  • Problem with your hard drive.
  • Registry error.
  • Antivirus problems.

  1. Open the Start menu and click Settings.
  2. Then click on Privacy.
  3. Then click on Diagnostics and Feedback.
  4. Then, if you haven't already done so, click on Required diagnostic data that was previously marked as Complete.
  5. Then click on Required diagnostic data, which was previously marked as Basic.