I came across a great tool today for updating registry keys via Group Policy called PolicyMaker Registry Extension.  It’s made by a company called Desktop Standard, which is now a subsidiary of Microsoft.  The product is free after registering a user account with the company (confirmed via email).

Installation was painless via an MSI.  After installation, there are two new nodes in the Group Policy Editor called Computer Settings > Registry and User Settings > Registry.  In them, you can simply set any registry value that you need to.

In my case, I was looking for a way to set the “NoAutosigOnCustomForms” DWORD to “1” in More >