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Registry Editing for multiple users

By kalpraju ·
I would like to edit registry for multiple users (mostly servers) for both NT 4.0 and 2000 machine. But I don't want to user GPO as it pure NT 4.0 domain. Also, I don't want to write .adm (policy files) for this purpose. The registry I am changing is for SUS client. I have exported the registry change file on my desktop, how do I use this file so that it will change registry for all the clients (mostly servers) on my network. Servers are both windows nt 4.0 and 2000. When I have imported this test registry file on one of the test computer, it ask if I would like to edit the registry, I don't want system to ask me this question. Your help will be appreciated. I am not good with writing batch files.


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by Monice In reply to Registry Editing for mult ...

To include a REG file in your login script or any other batch file process, type the following command in your script:

Regedit /s [name of REG file]

(The /s switch merges a registry file without prompting the user for confirmation.)

Place the reg file in the same directory as the login script.

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by kalpraju In reply to Registry Editing for mult ...

Thank you vert much for your answer. But one more question, is this will effect user's permissions? As most of the time user's can't access their registry.

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