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Script to Call a *.reg File

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I need a VBS or BAT script that can execute a *.reg file (registry file), so that the *.reg file is merged into the local registry.
Intended Action: the script should be identical to double-clicking/importing a registry file (*.reg).
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regedit.exe /s "path of .reg file"

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310516
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regedit /s file.reg
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Perfect! And E-a-s-y! Many thanks!
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