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21 Jun 2011  
Devux

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by James Colbert View Post
This might give you something to start with:

How To Delete And Add Registry Keys From The Command Line

The required syntax seems pretty simple, then just create a batch file.

And here's another link that may provide additional info:

Managing the Windows Registry from the Command Prompt with Reg.exe

James
Yeah I read both those articles neither of them provide the deletion of folders containing keys. I was just trying to make something that would fix an end user issue with a simple double-click, job security if I have to keep resetting their settings I guess though.
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