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mircea

how can i add a reg file in silence mode ?

because i got a .reg file for my microsoft office and i want to add it in silence mode

is there a way ? i try with regwrite but didn't work, and with shellexecute too but still the same ..

is there another way ? thank you

Edit:

i try with this command but still dosent work could someone tell me whats wrong ? :|

ShellExecute("regedit", "-s", @ScriptDir , "\asdada.reg", @SW_HIDE)
Edited by mircea

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trancexx

how can i add a reg file in silence mode ?

because i got a .reg file for my microsoft office and i want to add it in silence mode

is there a way ? i try with regwrite but didn't work, and with shellexecute too but still the same ..

is there another way ? thank you

To paraphrase one forum member: "Sure it's possible, just open the file, parse it, use RegWrite." - BrettF if I'm not mistaking.

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GEOSoft

how can i add a reg file in silence mode ?

because i got a .reg file for my microsoft office and i want to add it in silence mode

is there a way ? i try with regwrite but didn't work, and with shellexecute too but still the same ..

is there another way ? thank you

ShellExecuteWait("RegEdit.exe", "/S filename.reg", "", "merge", @SW_Hide)

EDIT

Don't forget to include the Full path for filename.reg

Edited by GEOSoft

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mircea

yes but if i use regwrite it's too much too write, thats why i am asking if there isn't a way that a can run more .reg files i try with shell execute to run it silent but i don't know were i make mistake

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mircea

Thank you btw, are you romanian ?

i got this problem now :)

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Edit dosent matter i found out what was the problem

i just deleted merge and that was all Thank you

ShellExecuteWait("RegEdit.exe", "/S filename.reg", "", "", @SW_Hide)

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toxicvn

try:

ShellExecute("regedit.exe", "-s \asdada.reg", @ScriptDir , "", @SW_HIDE)

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Use REG.EXE IMPORT REGISTRYFILE.REG

it's silent.

REG.EXE also bypasses "REGISTRY EDITING HAS BEEN DISABLED BY ADMINISTRATOR" policy! :lmao:

:)

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