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Extract Content Advisor websites

Posted on 2010-08-29
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I have several computers on our network in different locations all using content advisor. I can remote into them but I wouldlike a way to simply extract the Content Advisor "approved sites" to a text file so I can match location to location for common sites.

Is there a way to run some kind of script to extract this list of sites or is there a file in WIndows that contains this list?

Any help would be appreciated. I don't have AD anywhere to control these locations so I cannot use that.
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Question by:garyoh
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by:TimAllan
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Hiya

Yep, you can find all the settings from the registry under this location:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Ratings
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and I should have said the you can export these registry keys out to a file and reimport them into another computer.
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by:garyoh
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tim,
I found the sites in the registry. Each under it's own key. It's a huge pain to go into each key and copy/paste. I apologize, I should have been more explicit:

what I need is to simply export about 200 entries per computer to a txt file which I can then import into my access db and match from computer to computer for the uniform lists that all should have.

It wouild be nice to import a "base edition" list into all computers but not a huge deal.

Do I not understand your solution?
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by:garyoh
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This worked. I exported the keys and we've got what we needed. Thanks,
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