500 Points!!! (setting data to mmc console)

Posted on 2003-02-24
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Last Modified: 2010-04-01

I have built a console in VC++ ,
I want to add objects to my console,
 The objects have to be able to get input
 from users (Like a textbox).

The program needs to be able to save
 the user input data in the
 registry, and on every reload of the mmc console
 the program needs to set the data from the
 registry to the console.

The problem is that I dont know how to set data
from the VC++ code to my mmc console, and how to get
it back)

(BTW, in the code I get almost every event that happens
 in the mmc console)

Thank you
Question by:JOKER
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jkr earned 2000 total points
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DO you still need help with this?  If so, do you need help making the MMC snap-in or in getting data from editbox and putting it into the registry?

Also, please maintain your other open questions.    Check here for a list of them:

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