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Question about creating a new registry entry in RegEdit.

Need help adding a registry change on a server. I followed the guideline here on a link from Microsoft. Please view the article below:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196271

When it mention  on step 3 "On the Edit menu, click New, and then add the following registry entry" am I creating a new key, string value, binary value, DWORD value, multi string value, expandable string value at this point? That is where I am confused. please see the screenshot attached.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Just to offer a differing viewpoint - if your network is properly secured, I see no problem with disclosing domain names, IPs, etc.  You'll often see requests for unedited ipconfig results here.  Security through obscurity isn't something to be relied upon.
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