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  1. Hi, I was looking into a way to delete a registry key (not a specific value, an entire key) if it is present. I was considering using RegRead and RegDelete. However, RegRead appears to only read values, not just keys. Is there a way to delete an entire registry key if it is present? I have heard that the below function may help. #include-once ; #UDF# ======================================================================================================================= ; Title .........: Reads\Search the name of a Key\Subkey\Value ; AutoIt Version : 3.3.8.1 ; Language ...
  2. Hello! I've found some not obvious behaivor of RegDelete() function. So If we already have created registry key 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Test' _without_ 'value' in it. RegDelete() will will raise an Error with code = 1 ( according to documentation 1 means - Unable to open requested key ), instead of code = -2 ( unable to delete requested key/value ). This code running under account without administrative right, will return @error = 1 even if 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Test' already existing key and no 'value' in it. $i_regdelete_result = RegDelete( 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYST
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