How to fix System Restore is disabled by your system administrator

When we have problems in the system windows, system restore is one option to resolve the issue. But when we want to access a restore point, system restore is not active. There appears the message is: system restore is dissabled by your system administrator, the configuration is disabled by your system administrator, and a restore point creator is disabled by your system administrator. We can not access system restore.
To enable system restore, follow these steps:

Fix system restore Using Group Policy Editor

  1. Type gpedit.msc in RUN or Start menu Searchbox and press Enter. It'll open Group Policy Editor.
  2. Now navigate to:
    Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> System Restore
  3. In right-side pane, make sure both "Turn off Configuration" and "Turn off System Restore" options are set to "Not Configured". If both or any of them is set to "Enabled", double-click on the option and set its value to "Not Configured".
  4. Finish, it'll immediately enable System Restore in your system.
Fix system restore Using Registry Editor
  1. Type regedit in RUN or Startmenu Searchbox and press Enter.
  2. Go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\SystemRestore
  3. In right-side pane, if you see any of following 2 DWORD values, delete them:
  • DisableConfig
  • DisableSR

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