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prevent pop ups from reg changes handled in Group Policy

Posted on 2009-05-12
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I have created a group policy that installs a hotfix reg change but causes a pop up making the user accept it every time. What did I do wrong? I know I put the /s in there!
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Question by:mcneildeanna
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by:Donald Stewart
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Try using a .bat file instead using the line:
 
regedit /s \\server1\share\ignoreSOBError.reg
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by:mcneildeanna
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oh, in the group policy object point to a .bat file and not a .reg file?
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Yes, the .bat will call the .reg file with the /s switch
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by:mcneildeanna
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w00t! success. Thank you so much, I learned something new! :)
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by:Donald Stewart
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Learning is good :-)
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