segunda-feira, 9 de novembro de 2009

○ How to view Windows Registry in DOS Mode


This makes a usefull feature when all you have is a command line and want to sneak in the windows registry. You will have to have a PATH variable defined to the reg.exe file or direct access however otherwise it won't run.

The usage is:

REG Operation /?

Examples:

REG QUERY /?
REG ADD /?
REG DELETE /?
REG COPY /?
REG SAVE /?
REG RESTORE /?
REG LOAD /?
REG UNLOAD /?
REG COMPARE /?
REG EXPORT /?
REG IMPORT /?
REG FLAGS /?

You can even add or delete keys, of course, you will have to have the proper access control entry rights on any given hive. For more on ACE's

Be cautious about messing around in the registry. Even performin a query, if the key values are to extensive the output can be something like:



This reminds me of beeping outputs in the old days when using Type command on some file. Ouch

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