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Thread: How does regedt32 save reg values if it doesnt use

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    Wayne
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    How does regedt32 save reg values if it doesnt use

    This is very strange! regedt32 doesnt import RegSetValue or RegSetValueEx -- it doesnt even have those strings in its executable!

    So here is a little challenge - to find out how on earth it is able to save registry settings without using those two API calls. Ive got no idea ...
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    How does regedt32 save reg values if it doesnt use

    Wayne: maybe because it uses functions from ureg.dll ? UpdateKeyInfo maybe ?

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    Anonymous
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    How does regedt32 save reg values if it doesnt use

    I'm assuming RegEdt32 is the NT/2000/XP version of RegEdit with all the permissions/etc stuff in, and in which case it most likely uses the kernel functions.
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