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Note 6: The backtick means the command continues on the next line.
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Once you learn about Set-Item Property then you can script changes to your favorite registry hacks.• Power Shell Real-life Examples • Test-Connection • Invoke-Expression • Invoke-Command• Com • Shell Application • Measure-Object • Power Shell Registry • Compare-Object Registry• Power Shell and Exchange • Power Shell and SQL • Restore-Computer • Engineers Toolset Please email me if you have a better example script.
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Group Policy Preferences allow you to deploy and modify registry settings quickly and easily.
# Example of a Power Shell registry change $Reg Key ="HKLM:\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon" Set-Item Property -Path $Reg Key -Name Cached Logons Count -Value 45 Get-Item Property -Path.As with any Group Policy based changes, use a test Organizational Unit to confirm and test changes before making them live. Right click Group Policy Objects and select New, give the GPO a meaningful name, this does not link it to an OU so will not affect any computers or users. If you create at a live OU level, any changes (and mistakes) will be deployed if you’re unlucky enough for the computers or users to perform a Group Policy refresh as you’re creating the GPO. Expand Computer Configuration, Preferences, Windows Settings and head down to Registry.Example 1 You have made some changes to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on a reference machine, and would like to deploy the same registry settings to an OU of computers. Always link the GPO later, when you have tested it. Right Click and select New, you will be present with 3 options. In the beginning, accessing values in the registry using Power Shell is deceptively difficult, but once you master the syntax of HKLM:\ the technique it becomes reassuringly easy.As a beginner, people will tell you that accessing the registry with Power Shell is as easy as accessing the file system.