Registry Permissions

Posted on 2007-11-28
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Last Modified: 2008-02-01
How do I give a user or group account permssions to modify the registry.  Let's say, for example, that I want to give UserX permission to read / modify the contents of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.  How do I do it?
Question by:jdana

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Open regedit as an admin.  (Start > Run > "regedit.exe")
Right click the Top Level Folder you want to give permissions.
Add the user/group
Check off Full Control, or Special Permissions.
Click ok

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