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I would like to know how do I use the *.reg files for editing my registry without getting the question "Are you sure you want.....?". Is there any flag or command line that I can use in order to avoid that question and automatically update the data.
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If you were wanting to enter a Reg file without the user knowing, you will need to use the /S switch.

For Example, I have a reg file on my desktop named net.reg

This will be the command line.

regedit /s c:\windows\desktop\net.reg

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