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Windows 7: How to hide a registry string from REGEDIT

12 May 2015   #1
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 
How to hide a registry string from REGEDIT

I disabled TASK MANAGER from REGISTRY i wonder is there any method to hide registry string after i made the change?




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12 May 2015   #2
Sub Styler

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

No regedit does not have a hide feature. If this is to prevent a user from changing it back to 0 or deleting it, just disable RegEdit.
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12 May 2015   #3
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sub Styler View Post
No regedit does not have a hide feature. If this is to prevent a user from changing it back to 0 or deleting it, just disable RegEdit.
Many thanks i did that and it worked well but i have one more question about a RDP,i have adminis. rights but can't see LocalUsers and Groups\Users snap=in .So i use this registry command to enable the snap=in:[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\MMC\{5D6179C8-17EC-11D1-9AA9-00C04FD8FE93}]"Restrict_Run"=dword:00000000 i checked and the changes has ocurred but the snap-in still missing.
Till now it has worked well for all my RDPs,only with this rdp have this problem,do u have any idea why?I am willing to give you that RDP acc. Just take a look and tell me if you can do something
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