Quote: Originally Posted by Sir George
You know, I have been looking for a fix for 2 days and finally this morning found an article about that program PSExec which is part of Windows Sysinternals PsTools. PsExec
This is a very powerful program that allows you to edit the registry from the System Account which is way above the Admiinistrator.
It can also be very dangerous as well.
Many, many times in the past I have struggled with difficult registry keys and spent hours trying to find ways to edit or delete them.
I will keep this program on the top of my list whenever I have to delve into registry problems in the future.
I just wished I had found this years ago.
Once I ran it from the elevated cmd prompt, It never even balked when I deleted the bad keys.
Your link was right on target however I used one less switch: psexec -s -i regedit.