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add registry key across a domain

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I want to add a registry key to all my workstation in a domain, can I do this via GPO or login script, if so, how?
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If you've deployed the Group Policy Preferences CSE (requires a Vista SP1 workstation to manage GPOs), this can also be done directly in the GUI.

http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/technologies/featured/gp/preferencesfaq.mspx
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Both KCTS's answer and mine were correct and complete, not sure why this is being requested for closure.
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