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Windows 7: uncheck the following message in win7 with regedit or command.

07 Mar 2012   #1

uncheck the following message in win7 with regedit or command.

Hi All

I want to know to how to uncheck the following message in win7 with regedit or command.
I have google but no luck.
Any suggestion would be appreciated.


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07 Mar 2012   #2

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Are you saying that if you left-click on the check marks they aren't removed? You may find some answers here:

Disabling a specific Action Center message via script or registry key

Disable Action Center via registy key?

If you decide to edit the registry please create a new restore point or system image or export the registry and save it just in case something goes wrong.
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07 Mar 2012   #3
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07 Mar 2012   #4

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I don't think it can be done via a registry hack but I might be wrong. I tried to disable the Backup messages when I was creating a unattended install disk and failed.

Hi Alex,
I tried that solution from Thomas too, but it does not work.

I noticed that each system has different registry data under those CheckSettings value, so the data is probably machine specific (crypted?) and cannot be modified with a single setting.

Of course this is good so that no unwanted program could turn off these checks with a simple registry change, but this is not good for system administrators ...

I'm still searching but I haven't found any solution yet ...

Quote from this link Disabling a specific Action Center message via script or registry key posted by marsmimar.

I found this true except it's not machine specific it's install specific. I was using the same machine to test installs and this reg hack would not work. The default value was different on each install and so was the value after I manually unticked it.
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