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OK to modify HKLM\Software\Policies and HKCU\SOFTWARE\Policies on a domain?

Background: I have a domain (2003 Functional Level) with a mix of Windows XP and Windows 7 clients. We have been using Group Policy to manage our workstations. Now, I am in a situation I need to ...
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Disable “Windows Firewall with Advanced Security” for all profiles(Domain,Public,Standard) in local GP using script help! Windows 7 Clients

We need Windows7 with windows firewall to be turned off , so the GOLD image has windows firewall turned off for all profiles(Domain,Public,Standard) and Windows Service disabled No the same GOLD ...
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How do I turn off Windows 7 Firewall via script or through automation?

This is in regards to working on machines before joining the machine to a domain and although I would love to rely on GPO, that isn't an option at this time. In the environment I'm working in, the ...
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Delete registry key via CMD script?

I'm want to edit an already production .cmd script file, to have the script delete a certain registry key in the Windows registry. Firstly, is this even possible, and secondly (if that's not ...
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Change Registry Value Command Line

Is there a way to set a registry value with a command line without using a .reg file to import it? I've looked over the reg and regedit.exe command line options, and it doesn't look like there's a ...
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How can I script an HKCU setting for a handful of users on a specific server who don't have profiles?

Here's what I would do manually: Log onto a server with Account1 to create its Windows profile. Start Internet Explorer. Click Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Uncheck "Check for publisher's ...
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How to automatically make a change to Outlook Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings

I need to make a change on all computers in our domain. Specifically I need to make a change to the Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings. Our users have Outlook 2010 installed. These setting can be ...
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delete registry key using wildcards

I'm hoping to find a way to delete registry keys based on wildcards using a batch file rather than writing some vbscript. Does anyone have an example? I'm forced to proceed with MS's wonderful ...