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Backup all the machines registry to individual machines C Drive.

Hi,

Is there a way to backup all the machines registry to its own c Drive.I have the machine names in the file .Scan and export the registry to the machines C drive and name the backup with machine name backup.reg.

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Sharath
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Expert4XPCommented:
A very popular (and free) program that creates a backup of the registry and store it in the Windows directory (default location) is called ERUNT.  In a disaster you can restore from diskette, etc.

http://www.larshederer.homepage.t-online.de/erunt/
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bsharathAuthor Commented:
Can we run this remotely?
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Expert4XPCommented:
You could create a Scheduled Task so it could be run automatically.

http://www.larshederer.homepage.t-online.de/erunt/erunt.txt
Features
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- Backup the Windows NT/2000/2003/XP registry to a folder of your
  choice
- System and current user registries selectable
- Command line switches for automated registry backup and restoration
- Restore the registry in Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/2003/XP and MS-DOS
  (all-in-one restore program) or the Windows Recovery Console

- Included in this package:
  NTREGOPT program for optimizing the registry
- All programs in this package are completely localizable
  (translate them into your language), German version included
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bsharathAuthor Commented:
Is there any way to automate it as i need to do this for 1000+ machines.If it's easier it would be useful.
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Expert4XPCommented:
I'm not sure.  You would have to develop some script and get it (or any other method) pushed down to all 1000 client pc's.
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bsharathAuthor Commented:
Any Help...
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Expert4XPCommented:
If you don't get any other responses here, you can request to close this problem with your points refunded.  Then open a new problem and add a few more topic areas, such as Windows XP, which has lots of EE experts following that one.  Or networking.
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Expert4XPCommented:
Thanks for the points, but I don't really feel like I deserve them because you haven't gotten your original problem answered and resolved.  By "close with points refunded" you contact the EE administrator and provide a link to this question and have them close it and get your points back.

I feel certain it can be done, but I'm just not familiar with how to push and automate the task over the network.

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bsharathAuthor Commented:
Thanks Expertxp.I atleast got a way for 1 machine ....
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