[THIN] Re: Off Topic

  • From: "Roy A. Tokeshi" <roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2004 09:35:23 -0400

The funny thing is we do it all the time when we reassign server drive 
letters. ;)

I used resplendence to flip flop drive leters in testing and have used 
it to fix failed drive remaps.

I am with you about not feeling good about global find replace but it 
does cone in handy for profiles and subkeys.


On Thu, 8 Apr 2004 9:28am, Landin, Mark wrote:
>> =20
>>  I need a dos command line tool that searches all the registry hives
>>  (HKLM/HKCU/HKCR/HKU) for a string and replaces all instances of it.
>>  I don't know of one.  I don't think regedit or regedt32 do it.
>> =20
> Even if there was such a thing, I would never in a million years be so
> desperate as to want to run it! Global search-and-replace in the
> registry??? Madness!!
> =20

Roy A. Tokeshi

<apology>Sent from handheld. Please forgive spelling, punctuation, and 
gramatical errors.</apology>
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