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how can disble(msconfig.exe)

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hi all, :bye:

i want disable Msconfig.exe/win xp

from regedit.

like this example:

RegWrite("HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System", "DisableRegistryTools","REG_DWORD",1);<< this is for disable regedit.exe

:geek: i am waiting,.

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and i am so sorry, if this wrong place for subject :sweating:

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Hi, notime, welcome to the forum. I have to ask, why in the world would you want to do that? You can always disable the Windows Installer service, but I would be curious why you would want to do so as it could make the system very unhealthy.

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yeah brother but,i am trying to learn :bye:

can help me please.

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yeah brother but,i am trying to learn :bye:

can help me please.

@Notime,

I do not hope your chosen nickname says something about how you are going to post questions in these forums. You start seem to indicate I am wrong.

Please take a couple of thing into account before continuing:

  • Explain what it is you want and why.
  • Show some initiative yourself first.. we are here to help not code it for you
  • Stop with the annoying bolding of all your text and use the standard font.

Jos

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Check out this link and see if you can apply it to your situation. I've seen this suggested for Windows 2000 and up, so it should work.

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@Notime,

I do not hope your chosen nickname says something about how you are going to post questions in these forums. You start seem to indicate I am wrong.

Please take a couple of thing into account before continuing:

  • Explain what it is you want and why.
  • Show some initiative yourself first.. we are here to help not code it for you
  • Stop with the annoying bolding of all your text and use the standard font.
Jos

ok,thanks ,jos,.

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Check out this link and see if you can apply it to your situation. I've seen this suggested for Windows 2000 and up, so it should work.

trying, just will try then will succes.

all thanks for you.

MVPs

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