11/09/2009 3365 views
Is there better documentation/examples/experience on adding registry entries via KACE?

Can all registry entries be the same as the ones made for GPO adms and will the outcome be the same or will machines simply get "tatooed" with these settings?

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Are you familiar with DOS commands for entering registry commands? This would be one way to do.
I personally use AutoIT, http://www.autoitscript.com/ which makes it easy to add registry keys compiled in an .exe, but you do have to learn the language.

If you have the same "entries" that will be in a GPO there will be no need to do these settings, as it is just duplicating the process. You can make the same entries, but the GPO settings would take precedence (in case of a conflict).
Answered 11/09/2009 by: serrinca
Senior Yellow Belt

You can schedule the scripts to run often so they would act like a GPO.
Most of the registry options are documented in KBOX documentation, Support FAQ's, and as perviously mentioned- DOS commands for entering registry commands.
Answered 11/09/2009 by: cblake
Red Belt

Take a look at the "registry settings" wizard in Scripting/Configuration Policies. It's a way to create individual registry enforcement policies that you can run on any schedule you like.

You can maintain the scripts as registry files or as KBOX Verify/Remediate visual scripts.
Answered 11/15/2009 by: jkatkace
Purple Belt