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Apparently this can be done with a /s at the end of the query reg query HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\ /v "search string" /s
WmiPrvSE.exe is not WMI, but rather, it is the WMI provider hosting process. So WmiPrvSE is a part of the overall WMI implementation, but it is not WMI itself. WmiPrvSE hosts WMI providers, both those supplied by Microsoft and also WMI providers provided by third parties. You can easily view the WMI providers being hosted by any instance of the WmiPrvSE ...
Here are some ideas. Ive used regshot before and it worked well https://www.raymond.cc/blog/tracking-registry-and-files-changes-when-installing-software-in-windows/
Look into something like one of the snapshot based package creators. Emisoft makes some. Cameyo is a app visualization platform, but will get the same info for free.
You could run Sysinternals Process Monitor which allows monitoring file system, registry and process/thread activity in real-time. You can also set filters that allows you to monitor just the installer, which helps to rule out changes made by other processes. Of course it doesn't track previous changes, so you have to run it during the installation. The ...
Google Chrome ADM/ADMX templates You can use Google Chrome ADM/ADMX templates (ZIP including documentation) to force settings on every user on every computer via Group Policy. gpedit.msc > Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates (Right click on) Administrative Templates > Add/Remove Templates Load chrome.adm in your ...
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