Enter the file name, and select the appropriate operating system to find the files you need:
configsecuritypolicy.exe File Information
Microsoft? Windows? Operating System
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Microsoft Security Client Policy Configuration Tool
For Windows OS
Tip: How to correctly select the file you need 1 If you know MD5 value of the required files, it is the best approach to make choice 2 If you do not know MD5 value of files, you can choose the appropriate files by adopting the following three steps:
(1) View the operating system version. (Method: Click "My Computer" on the desktop-> "Properties" to view the operating system version)
(2) If your original file is just corrupted but not lost, then please check the version number of your files. (Method: Click your original file, and then click on the right key to select "Properties" from the pop-up menu, you can see the version number of the files)
(3) Depending on the version number of your existing operating system, and version number of the files, you can select the corresponding files from the list below to download the required files. If you still can't find the file you need, you can leave a "message" on the webpage.
Windows 10 Enterprise x64:
FileVersionFile Md5File SizeFile BitFile Path
4.8.10240.16384 (th1.150709-1700)1e98164466af1a79d6e67dbfd41e87d2313 K64 bitDownload this files and unzip them (How to download?) please place the unpacked files in the following path:
Firstly, select your Operating System on the blank, and then click "Download" button, and it will quickly redirect to the file download list as the picture below:
Next, please confirm your verion of OS, and select the proper download link.
click "Download this file" to enter its download page.
If you have any further questions or need help, please leave us a message:
Kevin BarneyHelp Windows 10
Tried to update to ver 1709, 1803 and lost my operating system. now can't boot up say no operating system
Reply: We don't have the versions of 1709, 1803 here. Where did you download it? Are you sure that the file you downloaded is normal?
Configsecuritypolicy.exe is just the Security Client Policy Configuration Tool and will not cause the system to function abnormally. It is possible that you have made some incorrect system configuration, which leads to problems. I suggest you do this:
1. Enter safe mode 2. Restore the original configsecuritypolicy.exe file. 3. Restore the configuration to the default value
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