Using Group Policy to push registry key additions or edits

Posted on 2008-11-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I am running Windows 2003 Server and would like to push registry key entries to all of my XP Clients via a group policy. One registry key is already on the machines, I just need to change its value. The other will need to be created and have the value set.

Question by:CompL-3
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    This can be done.  You'll need to write a custom ADM template and import it into a GPO.

    Here's a KB on how to do so.

    Here's the group policy website.

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    Yep, ADM files will do the job.
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