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it's a user right. it doesn't relate to any registry key. And the best place to enforce this setting is GPO instead of scripting.
I'm not sure that there is an officially supported technique or API for this. One method of getting this info (be ready to trigger the antivirus software on your computer) would be to use Mimikatz. mimikatz # lsadump::cache
This setting DOES work, but it has to be set in ...\Explorer\Advanced\.. instead of \explorer\. It removes the 'new' from the Start Menu Apps view.
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