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Reading the Registry with Windows NT

Reading the Registry with Windows NT

Reading the Registry with Windows NT

(OP)
I have the problem of reading registry keys under Windows NT.
The program which is running on the account of the developer works fine to read the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/nnn/Path

If another user is using the same program it does not find this key.

What is going wrong?

Can anybody help me to solve the problem?

Thank you.

hnd

RE: Reading the Registry with Windows NT

Could you email the code for reading your registry?
andy@relay.ie

RE: Reading the Registry with Windows NT

(OP)
Hi Andy,
This post is pretty old, and I found the Solution.

It was a question of the Access Policy of windows NT to the Registry.

If you are interested in Handling the Registry. There is a FAQ in the C++ Forum


hnd
hasso55@yahoo.com
 
 

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