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registry keys added from call to regsvr32

Posted on 2014-02-03
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Hi Experts,

I am registering a dll in windows and would like to know the easiest way to see which registry keys are added.  I tried process explorer and filtered on the registry, but there's a lot of stuff in there to look through - a little too much.  Is there any easier way?

Thanks,
Mike
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Use something to export the registry before and after the change and then compare the two versions.

Regshot can do this and is free, open-source
http://regshot.sourceforge.net/
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Thanks!
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