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Renaming a key in the Registry

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How do i rename a key in the registry
(the key has subfolders)

ps: small example please...
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Question by:nirkr
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1. Use RegCreateKeyEx() to create the destination key.
2. Use RegOpenKeyEx() to open the source key.
3. Use SHCopyKey() to copy the key
4. Use SHDeleteKey() to delete the source key.
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This article outlines the entire process and gives example code:


http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q175/3/29.ASP
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