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Is it possible to use the windows 2003 recovery console to import a single registry hive?
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by:MorDrakka
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Hi,

Microsoft states:
Make sure to replace all five of the registry hives. If you only replace a single hive or two, this can cause potential issues because software and hardware may have settings in multiple locations in the registry.

This means it should be possible but highly unlikely and not supported.

Regards,

M
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What command would use use to do this in the recovery console?
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Look here:
http://smallvoid.com/article/winnt-recovery-console-registry-restore.html

And: Asking Another question after the original question has been answered is not appreciated here :p
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