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How to define a variable, add the policy to Registry.pol

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

My script:

$data = FileReadLine("List.txt",2)
FileWrite(FileOpen(@SystemDir & '\GroupPolicy\Machine\Registry.pol', 2 + 8 + 16), $data)
RunWait('gpupdate /force', '', @SW_HIDE)
If FileExists(@ScriptDir & '\1.key') Then
Do
ProcessClose('explorer.exe')
Sleep(100)
Until ProcessExists('explorer.exe') = 0
Sleep(100)
Run('explorer.exe')
EndIf

The contents of this List.txt

C:\Client\Bho.dll
C:\rull.exe

EDIT:

I want to use AU3 script to add a few rules($rules = "List.txt") to this path gpedit.msc only.

Computer Configuration → Windows Settings → Security Setting → Software Restriction Policies → Additional Rules → New Path Rule (Security level: Disalowed)
 

The rules are stored in @SystemDir & 'GroupPolicyMachineRegistry.pol' added in, so I want to use AU3 script to add these rules to @SystemDir & 'GroupPolicyMachineRegistry.pol'

Edited by i2i8

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filereadline with the second parameter set to 2 only reads the second line of the file.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello,BrewManNH,

Thank you for posting.
But I want it to read all of the content List.txt

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Use FileRead and the path to the file, don't use the second parameter at all.


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,BrewManNH,

Thank you for posting again.

Like this, it can completely read List.txt content, however, can not be added to the rules of correct Registry.pol, I think, it is possible to add List.txt type of rule is wrong.

$data = FileRead("List.txt")
MsgBox(0,0,$data)
#comments-start
FileWrite(FileOpen(@SystemDir & '\GroupPolicy\Machine\Registry.pol', 2 + 8 + 16), $data)
RunWait('gpupdate /force', '', @SW_HIDE)
If FileExists(@ScriptDir & '\1.key') Then
Do
ProcessClose('explorer.exe')
Sleep(100)
Until ProcessExists('explorer.exe') = 0
Sleep(100)
Run('explorer.exe')
EndIf
#comments-end

 This script, I want to add List.txt in the path to the gpedit.msc.
Computer Configuration → Windows Settings → Security Setting → Software Restriction Policies → Additional Rules → New Path Rule (Security level: Disalowed)

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who can help me?

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How can I add a software limitation to gpedit.msc path rules?

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I want to use AU3 script to add a few rules to this path gpedit.msc only.

Computer Configuration → Windows Settings → Security Setting → Software Restriction Policies → Additional Rules → New Path Rule (Security level: Disalowed)

The rules are stored in @SystemDir & 'GroupPolicyMachineRegistry.pol' added in, so I want to use AU3 script to add these rules to @SystemDir & 'GroupPolicyMachineRegistry.pol'

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