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How to modify registry key under user SID with vbscript (Vista)?

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Need help with a script to enable hidden file extensions in Vista locally under clients user SID's. HKEY_USERS\SID\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced\HideFileExt
Value must be changed from 1 to 0 to enable this feature. The show hidden files option has been removed from our locked down version of Vista.
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you can use the "reg load" command to load the hive then access i where you load it.

For full details on reg.exe, you can type "reg load /?" at the command line
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