Regedit is a software tool for Windows operating systems that allows to modify the Windows Registry. The Windows Registry is an internal database on the Windows operating system that stores configuration settings for the OS, user applications and services.

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How to run x64 bit version of registry from cmd.exe located under c:\windows\sysWow64

I have a 32 bit application which has to add a value to x64 bit portion of the registry. I want to do it through utilization of regedit.exe -s fileWithKeys.reg, However when I try to span regedit ...
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Running a batch file through psexec

I'm trying to execute a BAT file on remote network, but the error comes up "Make sure that the default admin$ share is enabled..." I have tried the following command: C:\Windows\PsExec.exe \\pcname ...
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execute .reg from bat silently in windows 7 with UAC

I need to be able to push out registry fixes with AD logon script to Windows 7 systems with UAC enabled. So far I have had no luck accomplishing this using the standard method that worked in XP. ...
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Running “regedit ”filename" to import .reg file from powershell

I'm trying to import a registry file by running regedit. The problem is that the powershell script has to run from a 32 bit executable, but I want to run the 64 bit regedit. Any ideas on how I can ...
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including the current directory in a .reg script

I have a .reg script: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SeleniumRC\Parameters] "Application"="C:\\Program Files ...
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command line REGEDIT command (edit) without a popup

I am attempting to disable UAC via a batch file with a REGEDIT command, and everything works - but, I need to be able to do this without clicking. When I run the: REGEDIT /S somefile.reg It works ...
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Remove Windows Explorer Drop Down Options

I am trying to lock down a Windows Server 2008 R2 terminal server. At the moment, when a user opens a directory, there is the option in the Windows Explorer address bar to choose locations. In the ...
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Windows Group Policy

I made a critical change to my system which ruined my windows environment. I later knew it can be resolved by System Restore. When I was about to run it this message prompted me. System Restore ...
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Check registery key value on multiple clients

Is there any way or a tool to check a specific registry key value, for multiple clients on a network almost 2000 pc ? Thanks
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Run a .REG file in a logon script where regedit is disabled?

I need to run a .REG to add entries to the registry on logoff, but our GP environment disables regedit. I could probably accomplish this by turning regedit on, running the script, and then turning it ...
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Is there a distinction between 64 bit and 32 bit regedit?

This question is asked out of total ignorance and no access to a 64 bit windows machine, but I would like to know whether there is anything special that needs to be taken into account regarding a ...