Not ignoring you, Scott. I just don't know the info that you are asking about. I'd hoped someone would speak up to offer help. =( Pam > > >Hi, all, > >I have a problem with changing security settings in the registry. I'm >trying to script a fix to the problem described in this article: >http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;260151. With >REGEDT32, it's a simple matter of going to the right spot and marking >one checkbox. REGEDT32's support is incomplete, though, in that I >can't seem to export the settings; using the resulting file with >REGINI (from the Win2K resource kit) actually makes things worse. In >fact, after experimenting with all of the security values, it >apparently can't be done correctly with RegIni, since there's no >option to give User full access. Also forget about importing, since >that option seems to not be available with REGEDT32. I saw XCACLS, but >it appears to be only for files, not the registry. Anyone have any >suggestions on how to do this? There appear to be other ways of doing >this, such as Group Policy and maybe INF files, but I have no idea how >to do this, and this must work with Win2K computers that may or may >not be standalone and may or may not be domain members. > >-- >Best regards, > Scott mailto:Wizard@xxxxxxxx > To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.