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Hi,

I have some post configuration in which registry values are getting updated with server entry.When i export the registry the value comes as below,

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\vendor_name\application_name\server_names]
"server_names"="abc.cd.ef 100.100.56.100
abc-cd.ef.gh 100.200.500.55
"
When i import the registry the values are not getting imported as spaces are there.

But the actual registry value in the regedit will be in single line,

server_names=abc.cd.ef 100.100.56.100abc-cd.ef.gh 100.200.500.55

This affects the functionality of the application.please suggest.
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Try to append reg with vbscript and use it as a custom action in your msi
use the command WshShell.RegWrite
Answered 05/12/2011 by: rajdera1
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Is it a MULTI-STRING type of registry? After exporting, if you import without altering the string, I don't see any reason for you to get error.
Answered 05/12/2011 by: murali.bhat
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Its a String Value only.Am not getting any error while reporting, but the values are not getting imported.I guess it may be due to hexa decimal values.
Answered 05/12/2011 by: re_123
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Probably. Try adding hex in the beginning.

"server_names"=hex(7):
Answered 05/12/2011 by: murali.bhat
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I imported the registry as we use to import the files from the physical location.It worked out.[:)].

Thanks For the help.
Answered 05/12/2011 by: re_123
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Hi am working Microsoft outlook add inn 2007 .when i launched outlook first it will go for reboot .as per our company standard i have to suppress that any one help me out
Answered 05/12/2011 by: vinayak.msi
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Vinayak - Your question is irrelevant to the subject line and to the previous thread started by re_123. Please start a new thread.
Answered 05/12/2011 by: murali.bhat
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