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Insert a *.reg File in the Registry with out prompting

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I'm looking for a tool, some thing like regedit, that can insert an exported Registrytree into the Registry without promting the User for Input.
If I call "regedit test.reg" the keys are inserted into the Registry, but at the end, I have to say "OK", because the regedit tells me, that he has inserted the information into the registry.
Can anybody help me?
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You can make regedit run silently (not prompt for the OK) by adding the /S switch to the command line.
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Thanks, where have have you found the dokumentation about the switches for regedit?
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