PowerShell for Windows Admins:

Registry


July 26, 2010  12:41 PM

Tomorrow – July UG meeting



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry, User Group, WMI

Tomorrow is the PowerShell UG Live Meeting on the Registry, PowerShell, .NET and WMI.

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July 24, 2010  7:29 AM

Remove Registry Key



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry

Alternatively we can remove the whole key

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July 24, 2010  7:27 AM

Remove-RegValue



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry

Removing a registry value is a matter of using the DeleteValue() method


July 6, 2010  1:04 PM

Registry Size



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry, WMI

 

Do you know how big your registry is?

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July 4, 2010  10:22 AM

Adding non-string registry values



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry

We recently looked at adding a string string registry value to the key we had created.

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June 28, 2010  3:21 PM

Adding a Registry value



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry, WMI

Last time we saw how to add a registry key – this we add a string value to that key


June 27, 2010  4:33 AM

Adding a Registry Key



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry

We seen how to read the registry – now its time to look at writing to the registry.

At this point I have to supply the usual warnings about altering the registry – it can damage your machine if things go wrong. In addition registry errors have been blamed for the extinction of the...


June 9, 2010  12:56 PM

Reading the Registry – time service



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry

I recently needed to look at the time service configuration on a number of machines.  We can use what we have learned about reading registry keys with WMI to do this

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June 6, 2010  12:47 PM

List Registry subkeys



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry, WMI

We recently looked at reading Registry values.

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May 30, 2010  9:47 AM

Reading Registry values



Posted by: Richard Siddaway
PowerShell v2, Registry

We have seen how to access the registry using the StdRegProv class. Now we look at reading from the registry. If we know the value we want to read out of the registry we can use one of the following classes

GetBinaryValue
GetDWORDValue
GetExpandedStringValue


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