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Deploy HKCU registry using sccm 2007

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Hi All


having an issue in deploying the HKCU using sccm 2007, it deployes the registry sucessfuly on machine but not for all users, just deployed for system default user profile.

Any one got any idea how to deploy HKCU registry setting for all user profiles?

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Question by:Kamal Khaleefa
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You would have to run the HKCU Reg file as the current user. Otherwise it will run as the SCCM execution Account and not your current user. How come you are not managing these settings using GPO as opposed to SCCM though?
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