I have a .reg file with some registry updates that I need to apply to a bunch of user's profiles. The keys are all in HKCU, which means they will end up in ntuser.man.
The "manual" way of doing this is to log in as each user, run the .reg file, and then copy the resulting man file back up to the roaming profile on the network.
Common sense tells me there must be a better way to do this. somehow there must be a way to merge that .reg file into a man file without actually being logged into a computer as the user being affected. I am not a windows admin, or at least not supposed to be, so forgive me if this is an utterly stupid question :)