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I want to edit the register of my users as they login in.  I do not however want them to see the comment "Your register has been successful edit" nor do I want my loggin script to stop and wait for the user to click OK.  Is their a way to stop the feed back that regedit gives when running from the command line?
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<path>regedit /s regfile.reg

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