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Old 25th February 2021, 13:52   #11
stass
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Because, for example, in Windows 10, in my scripts I often have to run different reg files to change the system settings. And very often, these reg files must be run with elevated rights, which is not known in advance. You need to know who has full control over a given registry key.
Do not go into the registry every time to manually view the rights ...
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