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Help with registry

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ozonebfree, Jan 26, 2005.

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  1. ozonebfree

    ozonebfree Thread Starter

    Mar 2, 2002
    I have loaded an application that requiers some modification in the HKCU , the applcation worked, however , when a new user account is created , log in with that account , the changes in the registry did not inherit into this new profile. how can i make it so that it inherits to any new account created.

  2. Plato!


    Aug 29, 2004
    Open the registry by opting Start -> Help and Support and enter a search for registry permissions. This will take you to instructions on adding users, groups, etc. with a registry permissions edit.

    I wrote the above assuming you have XP. If you have Win2K, you have to opt for Start -> Run and enter regedt32. In regedt32 go to Security and open Permissions after you have located the key that is to have is permissions changed.
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