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Posted on 2010-09-10
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Folks,

I have several computers in my Domain that I can not access the registry remotely using a Domain Admin account.

I seem to recall that you need to allow that in new Windows OSes...

How do you resolve this issue in Windows 2008/7, and how to you resolve it in Windows XP SP3?

I require specific instructions for each type of platform....

Gerhard
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use this command
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k regsvc

Start--)Run --) Services.msc

Look for REMOTE REGISTRY and right click properties set the "Start Up Type=Automatic"



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