If I am not mistaken, Registry in Windows 2000 is represented by 5 files (Default, Sam, Security, Software and System) residing in \System32\Config\. Unlike under Windows 98, these files cannot be copied "on the fly", i.e. directly *from within* Windows (in order to create backups, for exapmple). What can I do if I want to get copies of exactly these files (not whole "exported" registry, or odd registry subkeys) without unloading windows (dropping out to DOS, etc.)? Are there any work-arounds?
Your advice will be highly appreciated.