Hi,

Do any of you know what si the use of RegSetAllUsers.exe commnad is for?

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S.Yuvaraj.
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You might need to put some more information on your post.

Where did you get the .exe from?
Who publishes it?
Is it part of your authoring tool? What does the help file say?

There are no Google hits when searching for this .exe file so it must be fairly obscure.

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Dunnpy
Answered 04/13/2010 by: dunnpy
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Hi,

The client has adviced us to run this command once after installing the application source.

Kind Regards,
Yuvaraj.
Answered 04/13/2010 by: Yuvaraj_Subramanian
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I'm guessing this is linked to this thread?

If so, what exactly is the contents of the Data.reg file?
Answered 04/13/2010 by: pjgeutjens
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Right...

So is the regsetallusers.exe file part of the applicaton?

Which application is it?

If you look at the properties of the file it will tell you who published it.

You've not provided any information about the file or application that you're working with and as far as I'm aware none of the other members of this board are mind readers, well maybe Ian (VBScab). I see that Pieter can also do a bit of the old mind reading too [:D]

If you'd like some assistance from the board you will have to provide as much information about the file, application and anything else that is pertinent to your issue for someone to offer advice.

As a rule it's better to give too much information than not enough.

Dunnpy
Answered 04/13/2010 by: dunnpy
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From your other post, I'd figure that the EXE is a client-authored utility which applies (or attempts to apply) a .REG against all the users who have profiles on a machine. Go mad and ask the client.
Answered 04/13/2010 by: VBScab
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Hi,

they have given a set of registry files containing the entries related to HKLM and they need the same registries to added to all users location also. This is achieved by executing the below command :

RegSetAllUsers.exe /file Data.reg

Please find the entries inside the registries file below :

Software\Datastd\DSAccess\Device1]
"Name"="Primary"
"BackupDevice"=""
"Retries"=dword:00000001
"RetryWait"=dword:0000000f
"MAX_SESSIONS"=dword:00000001
"InactivityTimeout"=dword:00000000
"Timeout"=dword:0000010e
"ADDRESSTYPE"="UNICAST"
"TN3270PROTOCOL"="TCP"
"TN3270TCPPORT"=dword:00000017
"USE_RAS"=dword:00000000
"TN3270TCPHOST"="SOURCE.DATASTREAM.COM"
"USE_PAP_CHAP"=dword:00000000
"RAS_NAME"=""
"RAS_USERID"=""
"RAS_PASSWORD"=""
"script"=""
"IsScriptActive"=dword:00000000
"TRANSPORT"="TN3270"

[Software\Datastd\DSAccess\Device2]
"Name"="Backup"
"BackupDevice"=""
"Retries"=dword:00000001
"RetryWait"=dword:0000000f
"MAX_SESSIONS"=dword:00000001
"InactivityTimeout"=dword:00000000
"Timeout"=dword:0000010e
"ADDRESSTYPE"="UNICAST"
"TN3270PROTOCOL"="TCP"
"TN3270TCPPORT"=dword:00000017
"USE_RAS"=dword:00000000
"TN3270TCPHOST"="mp.dstd.co.in"
"USE_PAP_CHAP"=dword:00000000
"RAS_NAME"=""
"RAS_USERID"=""
"RAS_PASSWORD"=""
"script"=""
"IsScriptActive"=dword:00000000
"TRANSPORT"="TN3270"

[Software\Datastd]
"DLIVE"="DS"
"USERID"=""
"PASSWORD"=""
"Name"="Primary"
"BackupLogin"=""
"ImportDateFormat"="UK"
"OutputDateFormat"="DEFAULT"
"Timeout"=dword:0000001e

The same regiostries hsould also be added to HKCU\Software\Data.

Kindly advice.

Regards,
Yuvaraj.
Answered 04/13/2010 by: Yuvaraj_Subramanian
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I'm thinking Yuvaraj, that there should be a better solution for the HKCU reg keys than dumping them at install time for all existing users. I'm by no means an expert when it comes to virtualisation, but I'd just put the HKLM keys in place (using standard reg file import) and then put the HKCU keys only for the installing user... see where that gets you

PJ
Answered 04/13/2010 by: pjgeutjens
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So what happens when you run

RegSetAllUsers.exe /file Data.reg

Do the HKCU keys get written? You could run this via active setup!

As you know what the keys are from the reg file, why not just add them to your package and forget about the RegSetAllUsers.exe
Answered 04/14/2010 by: timmsie
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Hi,

A small clarification should i first merge the HLM registry entries and then i should merge the HKU entries. Is that correct to make the application wor?

Kind Regards,
Yuvaraj.
Answered 04/14/2010 by: Yuvaraj_Subramanian
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I'd say first merge HKLM keys, and then merge HKCU keys, but NOT using the RegSetAllUsers.exe tool, just make a reg file for HKCU and import it during your sequencing.
Answered 04/14/2010 by: pjgeutjens
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Hi,

Sure I will give a try and will let you know.


Kind Regards,
Yuvaraj
Answered 04/14/2010 by: Yuvaraj_Subramanian
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