Guide to fix the “Task Manager has been Disabled by Your Administrator” Error

Have you ever faced this problem? That's a very common problem for Windows users. Many times when you try to open Task Manager, you find that "Task Manager" option has been grayed out or when you try to run it by typing "taskmgr" in RUN dialog box, Windows shows Task Manager has been disabled by your administrator. There are 2 major reasons for this problem
  • Your system has been infected with virus and it has disabled the Task Manager.  
  • Your system administrator applied the restriction using Registry Editor or Group Policy Editor.
Now you are going to learn the easiest way to fix this problem
If you are already the Administrator of the system, then your system is most probably infected. You should Check your system with a good antivirus and spyware or malware program. go to below link and download suitable antivirus or firewall with activator or crack files.

After removing the virus or any other spyware that harmed your system, still you will not be able to access task manager. so now you have to enable it on the windows registry. it will take few steps. lets see how to remove task manager disabled message step by step.

Type "regedit" in RUN dialog box ( Windows key + R ) or Start menu Search box and press Enter. It will open Registry Editor.

Now go to following keys one by one:
and look for a DWORD value "DisableTaskMgr" in right-side pane as in the picture below. If you find it, delete it. After that your task manager will work as usual.

If you are new to registry editing or afraid to do testings like this, you can use ready-made registry script to do the task automatically. Download following ZIP file coded by trick hunters to get your task manager problem fixed.

Now extract the downloaded zip file and run the .REG file. it will ask for the confirmation. Accept it. it will fix your task manager problem.

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