[windows2000] Re: registry permissions

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2003 14:46:27 -0400

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eduardo Freitas [mailto:eduardofreitas@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 

> need 
> some changes in
> the permissions of some registry keys. How can I do that in 
> the command
> line?

Use regini.exe from the Resource Kit.

> Another question: How can I redirect My Folders to some 
> network drive via
> command line as well?
I think that you want to do this via a policy, but I don't know.  I know
nothing about policies.  If you really wanted to do it via command, I
imagine you could do:

set f=C:\mydoc.reg
echo Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00>%f%
er Shell Folders]>>%f%
echo Personal=\\server\share\%username%>>%f%

regedit /s %f%

Ray at work

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