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I have been commitioned to write an application the logs registry access.  My question is, where do I start?  does anyone have any example code of how to wrap all registry access?  What is the diference between 95 and NT in this context?  I've seen an app called regmon... Ideally I would like the source.. Delphi is best but I'll take C, or any other language examples for that matter...
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Kirk,

that can't be done with normal Delphi or C++ code (AFAIK).

Please look at "www.sysinternals.com". There you'll find exactly what you need - two little drivers, one for Win95 and one for WinNT. With full source code!!!
I don't know. Perhaps you can use them as they are. Ask the sysinternals team about that. To rebuild these drivers you'll need a C(++) compiler (Microsoft or Borland) and both Vireo's driver kits for Win95 and WinNT.

Regards, Madshi.
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