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RegWrite into 32bit on 64Bit Windows

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I'm trying to create/write a RegKey specifically into the 32Bit part of the Windows registry but the script keeps on putting it into the 64Bit part (Windows Server 2008 x64).
I have tried it with and without "#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=N" but without success.
Is there a way to force AutoIt to write into the 32Bit part of the registry?

RegWrite("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update", "ElevateNonAdmins", "REG_DWORD", "0")


Best Regards


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Hi there,

thanks for the reply but I want to have the exact opposite result. 
When I use HKLM64, I'm telling the script to write into the WOW6432Nodes part of the registry.


Nevermind. Everything is working as it should be. I was looking at the wrong registry path the whole time. :oops:

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