I am writing a small batch script that looks to the registry on a client and checks to see if the data of a registry key matches a single string. The reason for this is because the key in question has been duplicated in many instances and I would like to call a whole heap of things in the batch script if the key matches the duplicated string. I have written the following to ensure that I have this working correctly:
reg query "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate" /v SusClientId | FIND /I "Test_String"
IF NOT ERRORLEVEL 0 GOTO :FAIL
ECHO THIS KEY EXISTS!
ECHO THIS KEY DOES NOT EXIST!
Now "Test_String" is not the data of SusClientId, so I guess it should return an ErrorLevel of 1 (or something not 0) and echo "THIS KEY DOES NOT EXIST!". But in fact it doesn't, it echos THIS KEY EXISTS!. I guess I have something wrong with FIND?
Any help would be appreciated. Note that I am not a batch wizard.