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What is the registry flag for a DWORD entry e.g.
HKCU,"Control Panel\Desktop","ScreenSaveUsePassword",?,1
what should go where the query is placed ?
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The value of the DWORD is 0x00000001
You can just use '1' in place of the '?'
HKCU,"Control Panel\Desktop","ScreenSaveUsePassword",1,1
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