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Can "regedit" merge quietly?

Posted on 1998-06-03
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I am executing a .reg file from a script and I would prefer not to have regedit come back and confirm that xxx.reg was successfully merged into the registry.  The GUI dialogue box it brings up not only requires user interaction, but it pauses the script execution.  I realize I could get by that with a "start xxx.reg" command in the script, but I really would rather know how to keep the merge process quiet altogether.
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                  Jeremy
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Execute regedit /s file.reg
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Thanks so much for this answer... I couldn't find switches for regedit anywhere I looked... I curious as to where you found this out.

              Jeremy

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