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Problem with .ADM file to modify registry DWORD

Posted on 2008-10-10
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Hi, I'm to make a .ADM file which does the following:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Hummingbird\PowerDOCS\AppIntegration]
"BypassLinkUpdate"=dword:00000001

What I created:

CLASS MACHINE
CATEGORY SOFTWARE\Hummingbird\PowerDOCS
 POLICY BypassLinkUpdate
  KEYNAME "SOFTWARE\Hummingbird\PowerDOCS\AppIntegration"
    PART BypassLinkUpdate DROPDOWNLIST REQUIRED NOSORT
    VALUENAME BypassLinkUpdate
      ITEMLIST
            NAME "On" VALUE NUMERIC 1 DEFAULT
            NAME "Off" VALUE NUMERIC 0
      END ITEMLIST
    END PART
  END POLICY
END CATEGORY;

The ADM loads but when I go into it I don't see any configurable options - I was expecting to to find an entry I could double click on with a drop down box with two options


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Michael Pfister earned 125 total points
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Sinc ethis is an unmagaed regitry setting:

After loading the *.ADM, click on "Administrative Templates". then click "View" "Filtering..." and untick "Only show policy settings that can be fully managed"
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