Can anyone suggest a resonable way to bake into my Production environment a regedit file? The registry edit file consist of a lot of keys & values, so I can't just use GPO, under user config - preferences - windows settings - registry and create all the registry keys & values. Its messy when you have a lot of keys/values.
Again using GPO, using the registry wizard, I browse to all the keys/values required in HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Citrix\ICA Client\Client Selective Trust and select them. The wizard picks up all the keys, but misses out values even though they are selected. Very buggy.
I've tried rolling in via a login script (GPO again) running a batch file:
regedit /s %logonserver%\netlogon\KN-Test\SsonRegUpx64.reg
Windows 7 seems to have issues with UAC when calling a reg edit file. My environment is all Windows 7 FAT clients. Anyone any ideas?