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Update Reg on Remote Windows Machine

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Bullitt00692

I have to push a registry update out to about 100 machines and would like to script this process.

What I want to do is run the script on my machine and have it update the reg on the remote machines.

Is there a way to perform a REGWRITE to a registry on a machine other than the machine that is running the script?

Thanks!

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weaponx

Open the AutoIt help file, read the remarks for RegWrite().

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Kerros

An easy way would be to push a compiled script out using PSEXEC and having the script do the REGWrites.

PSEXEC is a free program from MS that can be downloaded here.


Kerros===============================================================How to learn scripting: Figure out enough to be dangerous, then ask for assistance.

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Bullitt00692

I missed the REGWRITE comments - Thanks!!

One further question - Is there a way to login to that machine (I have the local Admin and password information) so I can have permission to login and update the Reg?

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PsaltyDS

I missed the REGWRITE comments - Thanks!!

One further question - Is there a way to login to that machine (I have the local Admin and password information) so I can have permission to login and update the Reg?

Each individual action doesn't have to be authenticated. Use your credentials to DriveMapAdd() a reference to the C$ share. That authentication should hold for the RegWrite() and other stuff you do afterwords from the same session to the same machine.

;)

Edited by PsaltyDS

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