How to Remove “Some Settings Are Managed By Your Organization” Message In Windows 10 Settings


It has been experienced in some cases that if you perform a clean swipe of on your PC, turn off automatic via Group policy after the install and make several settings to improve privacy settings to improve the privacy, you may get the “Some settings are managed by your organization” message continuously. The desktop PC is purely used for running virtual machines, and it’s not part of a domain or organization.

Remove “Some settings are managed by your organization” message from Privacy section of Settings


The message keeps on appearing because you have configured Windows to just send the Basic device data to instead of enhanced of full. To stop seeing the message you need to send Microsoft enhanced data.

Windows 10 collects and sends data to Microsoft to improve their products and services.

Remove “Some settings are managed by your organization” in Windows Update


Method 1

Remove some settings are managed by your organization message from Windows Update

Step 1: Type Gpedit.msc in the start and then press enter to open the Group Policy editor.

Step 2: Navigate to the following:

Computer configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update


Now right-click on Configure Automatic updates and then click Properties.

Step 3: Select Not Configured, and then click Apply button. Restart your PC. If the message is still appearing when you open Windows Update in Settings, simply click Check for updates button once. The message will disappear.


Method 2

Remove the message from Privacy section

Step 1: Open Settings.

Step 2: Click Properties.

Step 3: Click Feedback & diagnostics. Under Diagnostics and usage data section, select either Enhanced or Full from the drop-down menu to turn off “Some settings are managed by your organization” message.


Method 3

Remove the message from Privacy section

*This is only applicable to Windows Pro edition.

Step 1: Type Gpedit.msc in start menu or Run command box and then press enter.

Step 2: Navigate to the following:

Computer configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Data Collection and Preview Builds.


Step 3: On the right-side, double-click on Allow Telemetry to open its properties, select Enabled, and then select either Enhanced or Full as shown in the picture below.


Click Apply to save the changes.

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