Windows 10 is just great in terms of features and agility. Microsoft has bundled several new changes within their most successfully adopted OS of all the time.Almost all the control and settings are under user’s control to customize it the way they want, albeit sometimes the situation may be different. Some users have reported that they are getting Some settings are managed by your Organization error while trying to access certain system settings. This guide is to deal with this error and fix it for once and all.
This error shows up when certain settings are configured incorrectly on your own PC which prevents you from modifying some of the system settings. Here’s how to get rid of this message:
Fix Some Settings Are Managed By Your Organization Error
1. Press + R to open Run prompt. Type gpedit.msc and hit Enter to launch Local Group Policy Editor.
2. Navigate to the following location on the left pane of Group Policy Editor.
Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Data Collection and Preview Builds
3. Now, on the right side pane of Group Policy Editor, double-click on Allow Telemetry to configure its settings.
This policy setting determines the amount of diagnostic and usage data that is being sent to Microsoft. You can choose on how much data to send to Microsoft, on a scale of minimal data to advanced usage and diagnostic data. We are going to change it temporarily and then restore it back to original state.
4. In Allow Telemetry window, select Enabled on the top left corner. Once you select Enabled, a drop-down comes to life under Options section. Select 3 – Full in the drop-down menu.
5. Click Apply and then OK to save your changes.
6. Up next, open Allow Telemetry setting again and select Not Configured this time to restore it back to original state. Click Apply and OK to save the settings again.
7. Head back to the window where you got the message saying Some Settings Are Managed By Your Organization. You should not see the message there and you should be able to access all Windows 10 settings now.
That is it, folks! Hope it helps.
Note: Do remember that this fix is for personally owned PCs. If your organization owns the system, then you would want to check with your System Administrator for possible solution.