Changing permission for registry settings

I want to change certain permissions to the registry through a batch file. Can I do this through xcacls or is there another way of doing this.
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I suggest subinacl. For example, to grant Read permissions to a registry key for the Local Service account, type the following command:

Subinacl /keyreg RegKey* /grant=local service=r

*-RegKey is the all key and you can export it from registry and put it here.
you can use setacl it's a wonderful tool

Sets 'full' permissions on the registry key 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Policies' for user 'user1' in domain 'domain1' on the remote computer PC01.

SetACL.exe -on "\\PC01\hklm\software\microsoft\policies" -ot reg -actn ace -ace "n:domain1\user1;p:full"

Bye Gastone Canali

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