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SCCM 2007 pushing out a regedit key for Windows 7 machines

08/11/2013 7554 views

I have a regedit key that i need to push out in SCCM 2007, is there a way this can be done and if so how can i do this?

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you can create a batch file and advertise the file to be deployed via SCCM

Batch file contents

REG ADD HKLM\Software\MyCo /v Data /t REG_BINARY /d fe340ead

or if you're deploying via a task sequence you can run a command line with the dame as the batch file




Answered 08/12/2013 by: sparky86
Fourth Degree Brown Belt

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  • If you have a HKLM registry key you can do it like sparky86 told you. Or you can export the regkey and use this command line:
    regedit /s "ExportedRegistryEntry.reg"
    If you have an HKCU Registry entry, you have to deploy it over an "Active Setup".

There are a bunch of ways as you see above, but if you perfer to get it in an MSI or EXE format, then you can capture the changes or use WiseScript to do a simple "Edit Registry" Function and compile it.

Answered 08/14/2013 by: ekgcorp
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