hello friend,

I want to know in detail, how can we give permissions to any registry? what is the path for that? or any different technique?
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If using Active directory you could go with a Group Policy object and link it to the group for your application.

You could also give the permissions via a packaging tool such as Wise


Answered 08/07/2006 by: BarryB
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There are third party tools also to do this job.. but what exactly are you looking for??
Answered 08/07/2006 by: slb
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I prefer secedit.exe (which is a native Windows tool) to grant permissions on Files/Reg Keys or even Services.

Create a .sdb file, put it in your installation and make a Custom Action with secedit.

More info about secedit is here.

Hope that helps

Answered 08/09/2006 by: rpfenninger
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