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To modify registry data, a program
must use the registry functions that are defined in the following
MSDN Web site:
Administrators can modify the registry by using Registry Editor
(Regedit.exe or Regedt32.exe), Group Policy, System Policy, Registry
(.reg) files, or by running scripts such as VisualBasic script
Steps: 1> click
start. 2> click
Run. 3> Type
Regedit.exe or Regedt32.exe. 4>click
ok. 5> then you can
use the registry editor to Modify,Delete or Rename the file you
- You can
use the Windows user interface
We recommend that you use the Windows user interface to
change your system settings instead of manually editing the
registry. However, editing
the Windows registry may sometimes be the best method to resolve a product issue. If the
issue is documented in the Microsoft Knowledge Base, an article
with step-by-step instructions to edit the registry for that
issue will be available. We recommend that you follow those
- Also can use Registry
Serious problems might occur if you modify the registry
incorrectly by using Registry Editor or by using another method.
These problems might require that you reinstall the operating
system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that these problems can be
solved. Modify the registry at your own risk.
You can use Registry Editor to do the following:
1> Locate a subtree, key, subkey, or value.
2> Add a subkey or a value.
3> Change a value.
4> Delete a subkey or a value.
5> Rename a subkey or a value .
The navigation area of Registry Editor displays folders. Each
folder represents a predefined key on the local computer. When
you access the registry of a remote computer, only two
predefined keys appear: HKEY_USERS and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
- Third way: Use Group Policy
Microsoft Management Console (MMC) hosts administrative tools
that you can use to administer networks, computers, services,
and other system components. The Group Policy MMC snap-in lets
administrators define policy settings that are applied to
computers or users. You can implement Group Policy on local
computers by using the local Group Policy MMC snap-in,
Gpedit.msc. You can implement Group Policy in Active Directory
by using the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC snap-in.
For more information about how to use Group Policy, see the Help
topics in the appropriate Group Policy MMC snap-in.
- Fourth way: Use a
Registration Entries (.reg) file
Create a Registration Entries (.reg) file that contains the registry changes, and
then run the .reg file on the computer where you want to make
the changes. You can run the .reg file manually or by using a
logon script. For more information, click the following article
number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
How to add, modify, or delete registry subkeys and values by
using a Registration Entries (.reg) file
- Can use Windows Script Host
The Windows Script Host lets you run VBScript and JScript
scripts directly in the operating system. You can create
VBScript and JScript files that use Windows Script Host methods
to delete, to read, and to write registry keys and values. For
more information about these
methods, visit the following Microsoft Web sites:
- Use Windows Management
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) is a component of the
Microsoft Windows operating system and is the Microsoft
implementation of Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM). WBEM
is an industry initiative to develop a standard technology for
accessing management information in an enterprise environment.
You can use WMI to automate administrative tasks (such as
editing the registry) in an enterprise environment. You can use
WMI in scripting languages that have an engine on Windows and
that handle Microsoft
ActiveX objects. You can also use the WMI
Command-Line utility (Wmic.exe) to modify the Windows registry.
For more information about WMI, visit the following Microsoft
For more information about the WMI Command-Line utility, click
the following article number to view the article in the
Microsoft Knowledge Base:
A description of the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
command-line utility (Wmic.exe)
- Last way: Use Console
Registry Tool for Windows
You can use the Console Registry Tool for Windows (Reg.exe) to
edit the registry. For help with the Reg.exe tool, type
reg /? at the
Command Prompt, and then click
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