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themush1326

I need the following information for a DST related task.

I need to know the content of this registry key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation

StandardName

and the current logged on user or even last user if there is no one logged on

thanks in advance

themush

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EndFunc

I need the following information for a DST related task.

I need to know the content of this registry key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation

StandardName

and the current logged on user or even last user if there is no one logged on

thanks in advance

themush

Use the RegRead() as noted on other reply by Sheville and then user the @UserName for the current logged in User. Lock over the HelpFile and it will give you more info.

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themush1326

Use the RegRead() as noted on other reply by Sheville and then user the @UserName for the current logged in User. Lock over the HelpFile and it will give you more info.

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thank you both I wa able to get what I needed

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Confuzzled

I need the following information for a DST related task.

Suggestion: There are quite a few people probably working on just this very project using AutoIT, and you may wish to keep searching/browsing the forums for some of their ideas and input.

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