""lsass," for example, is NOT needed at ALL for a system to work,"
That's news to me. Forcible termination of lsass.exe will result in the Welcome screen losing its accounts and you will be prompted to restart your computer.
Something is lost here in translation.
If you take this badly, I can remove this reply upon your request but this is not a group policy restriction.
How do you allow/disallow ending process using Group Policy? If Group Policy can not be used for this purpose, please tell me where I would do this, or editing registry. Certain specific processes can now not be ended. Please do not reply with useless questions or information such as, "What process are you trying to end," or "These may by needed for the system to work". No, they are not, and there are only about 4 that are. "lsass," for example, is NOT needed at ALL for a system to work, and yet people always say it is. Well if it was then it would be running on every computer and not only some. So please tell me what utility (group policy or otherwise) I need to use in order to end the processes I want to end. Using TASKKILL still returns "access denied". The processes I want to end are all being run by SYSTEM.