RE: Tutorial on writing to Registery
From: Kirk Brady (Kirk.Brady_at_TeachersHealth.com.au)
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 08:50:33 +1000
if you know the reg keys you want, you can simply export them from an existing setup, copy them to a text file and rename it with a reg extension. you can either run this manual then at each of the upgraded machines, or call it from a mapped via a logon script and add it to the registry with the regedit /s command.
From: Louie [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, 10 October 2004 9:00 PM
To: 'Yvan Boily'; 'Guillaume Lavoix'; 'Ferland'
Subject: Tutorial on writing to Registery
I was wondering does anyone in here know where I could find out how to
run a batch file to write to the registry?
I'm asking because for security issues that we have to upgrade for a
couple of machines. I just want the batch file to run rather then going
manual into the registry.