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hello, just want to ask how to automatically export the whole registry without opening the regedit window? meaning, i wont run the regedit.exe tnx

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hello, just want to ask how to automatically export the whole registry without opening the regedit window? meaning, i wont run the regedit.exe tnx

the windows resource kit tools contain some registry tools. one is: REGDUMP.EXE. So, get the resource kit tools and use regdump.

Cheers

Kurt


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the windows resource kit tools contain some registry tools. one is: REGDUMP.EXE. So, get the resource kit tools and use regdump.

Cheers

Kurt

tnx for your great help

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look at reg instead of regedit

tnx, reg is the one!

i used this reg export myreg.reg

tnx

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More solutions!

RunWait('regedit /e C:\MyReg.reg "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\AutoIt v3\AutoIt"')

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RunWait('regedit /e C:\MyReg.reg "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\AutoIt v3\AutoIt"')
Try using that command if regedit is already running on the machine.

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Try using that command if regedit is already running on the machine.

Hi GaryFrost!

I run regedit and then run this script, work fine :)

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