How to Customize the Access Denied Message in Windows
IT administrators certainly know that restricting the access certain users or user categories have in Windows 10 is a must, especially because the changes they could make may eventually affect system performance and stability.
Setting up the level of access could even come in handy on home systems with more than one user account, though it goes without saying that this method is mostly used within large corporate networks.
When trying to access files they aren’t allowed to load, users are provided with an access denied error, typically instructing them to get in touch with the system administrator.
Windows comes with further settings in this regard, including options to customize the access denied message with all kinds of content, including even links which they would have to click to request access.
First and foremost, let’s see where this option is located. You need to launch the Group Policy Editor by typing gpedit.msc in the Start m… (read more)