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Mark2W

Admin Regedit Several .reg Files

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Hi

I'm not realy good in scripting but I'm learning fast. Anyway. I'm try to build a script that will execute several user actions.

Mostly stuff that need to be done when a system has bin re-installed

Here is what I got

;
; Script Function:
;   Copy and run several settings to local system. For Windows XP SP3 Laptops
; This script requires full Administrative rights

#requireadmin

; Prompt the user to run the script - use a Yes/No prompt (4 - see help file)
$answer = MsgBox(4, "WinXP RSO", "This script is only for Notebooks.  Are you sure that you what to run?")

; Check the user's answer to the prompt (see the help file for MsgBox return values)
;  If "No" was clicked (7) then exit the script
If $answer = 7 Then
    MsgBox(0, "WinXP ", "OK.  Bye Bye, Have a nice day :) ")
    Exit
EndIf

$var = EnvGet("AllUsersProfile")

MsgBox(0, "Copy Section", "Copying Fonts, All Users RSO!",2) 

FileCopy ( "Z:\Images\XP RIS\Kopieer_laptop\Windows\Fronts\*.*", "%windir%\Fonts\", 1)
DirCopy ("Z:\Images\XP RIS\Kopieer_laptop\Documents and Settings\All Users\", $var, 1)

MsgBox(0, "Copy Section", "Finished!",2)

MsgBox(0, "Registry", "Editing Register!",2)
$var2 = EnvGet("SystemRoot")
$var3 = $var2 & "\System32\Config\"
$var4 = $var3 & "system"
MsgBox(4096, "Path variable is:", $var4 )

$var5 = EnvGet("Userprofile")
$var6 = $var5 & "\NTUser.dat"
MsgBox(4096, "Path variable is:", $var6 )

Run("regedit.exe /s /l:"$var3 & "system"" /r:"$var2"\NTUSER.dat Z:\Images\XP RIS\Losse reg-files\2_laptop.reg")

MsgBox(0, "Registry", "Finished!",2)

The problem I'm facinfg is that when I don't run as Admin. Regedit's are blocked.

When I run as admin the scripts continues but noting is changed in the registry.

If I logon the system with admin Rights. everything works. But I need the changes to be made under a other user account.

The copy function works

Situation.

Windows XP SP3 , Logon as the user(limited Rights), network share with admin credentials (Z) here the files stand that needed to be executed

Hope anyone can help

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