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Editing registry in non-domain environment

By janko.syky ·
Hi There!
Is there any possibility to edit registry settings on multiple computers in non-domain environment?! If so, I would like to do:
1.Change DNS Configuration settings
-Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix
-Define DNS suffix for this connection
2.Disable a dollar shares
3.Hide Server name
4.Host file modification
5.All users to local admins

Or is there any good web site, where can I find all infos regards to my questions??
Many thanks

Regards
Jan

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by BFilmFan In reply to Editing registry in non-d ...

You could walk to every system and perform the work.

Or you could log onto every machine remotely with an account that has local administrative permissions and perform the work, provided the workstations have remote desktop sharing enabled.

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by janko.syky In reply to Suggestions

I can walk to every computer. But imagine that you have 500 workstations that are not in domain...
I would like to find a solution and do it remotely but without need to visit every computer..

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