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  • dpresley
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    Re: Navigate directly to a registry key

    The previous "command line:" should be all the same line, not wrapped. Oops

    Dave

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  • dpresley
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    Try this tool.

    Menu Caption: Query Run Section of Registry
    Command Line: cmd /c echo. %E% & "c:\Program Files\Support Tools\reg.exe" query \\%E%\HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersi on\Run & echo. & pause

    Echo statements were added for formatting, otherwise it is all clumped together.

    You will have to have REG.EXE from the NT 4 Resource Kit or the Windows 2000 Support Tools.

    It's not pretty but quickly shows you the contents of this section.

    Hope it helps.

    Dave

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    Re: Navigate directly to a registry key

    That would be the only option, with one computer per entry, or manually change it when you need to use it.

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  • infopump
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    How do I make it apply to all the computers in my domain.

    I left computer name blank do I need to place a wildcard into that field?

    I get info for my computer, I don't see how to change from deviceID1 to deviceID2 to deviceID3 ...

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    You can add a Registry Key object in Object Manager for this. Go to File->Manage Object View, click New, then change the Type to Registry Key. Enter in the key path, click Add, then OK.

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  • infopump
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    Navigate directly to a registry key

    I know how to export registry keys.

    How do I navigate to a specific key automatically?

    I'd like to go to a device and then go directly to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Run without having to expand each subkey
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