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Read/Write to registry in .NET

Posted on 2004-12-01
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Ho do I  read/write to a registry using .NET or Window APIs through .NET, on a different machine from where the program will be running. This would programmatically allow me to compare part of the registry on one machine to that of another. How would I go about doing this?
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The Microsoft.Win32.Registry class provides all the functionality to access the Windows Registry.

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Working with Windows Registry using VB.NET

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You know if you want code or you're not completely satisfied with the answer, you could just ask.  


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