Can anyone point me to a definitive article or two that details which registry hive I should be writing configuration settings for my .NET software to? I want a regular user to be able to make configuration changes without have to log in as an administrator. This is more of an issue under Win 7; under XP we used to write everything to HKLM\Software, but this is not working under Win 7. And what's the difference between the hive I would use for a client program versus what I would use for a service? Thanks!
yes that is what you have to do.. as Vista/Win7 will virtualize hklm and it will in fact be written to hkcu
here is an article that you might find interesting http://www.registryonwindows.com/registry-security-2.php
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