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How change HKCU value

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How to change HKCU value if remonte user not have administrator rights. I wont change his HKCU value.

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Hi Thomasz,

Could you try to ask the question again, because i don't understand it ?

HKCU = HKey_Current_User and the logged-on user does not need administrator rights to write into his own registry.

Best regards,

Emiel


Best regards,Emiel Wieldraaijer

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HKCU = HKey_Current_User and the logged-on user does not need administrator rights to write into his own registry.

I dont believe this to be true. Im pretty sure that either Group Policy's or Strict local/domain users can be locked down to where a user can not modify certain reg entries. I know you can set permissions on Reg Entries from inside RegEdit.exe asumming you have permissions!

GoogleDude

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I need modify IE proxy. I atache script to user profile in Active Directory. Script runed with "user rigts" only not working propely.

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runasset is ok, but after use this i have my HKCU, not user HKCU

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runasset is ok, but after use this i have my HKCU, not user HKCU

Doh - I had not thought about that.

You might have to elevate the user's rights, write to the reg and then put the user back.


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@GoogleDude

Offcourse the registry access can be blocked by group policy .. but the user still has rights on it's own registry otherwise the user cannot apply any registry settings (MRU Cache, program settings etc etc... ) Grouppolicy blockes regedit to access the registry

@Thomasz

You are talking about active directory.. so you have a domain controller ... the best way to get results is to apply this settings through grouppolicy

http://www.stbernard.com/ip4kb/iPrism/Netw...sers/IP0346.htm

http://searchwinit.techtarget.com/tip/0,28...1230939,00.html

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_...Q_21725470.html

Best regards,

Emiel


Best regards,Emiel Wieldraaijer

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