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1: The theoretical point: Computer memory, we had never seen it so complicated. Here's a staggering data o n all the settings on your computer. Obviously, the more you add software or per ipherals to your computer over the registry will look like an incredible gas pla nt. Nevertheless, and with a little dexterity, you can play on parameters inacce ssible by standard configuration menus. Moreover, many problems can be solved by simply restoring the registry. One thinks of a display issue or device in gener al. If, a priori, everything was working perfectly before a restoration of the r egistry is likely to solve your problem. 2: The basic command: Click on "Start" - "run" and you type "regedit". 3: Structure of the registry: The same type of tree that Windows Explorer ... In much more complex! We think o f the family tree of an army of ants ... Six major issues chair for this mysterious organization: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT: Contains the structure of file types, extensions, their short cuts, OLE links, etc.. HKEY_CURRENT_USER: Caring individual comfort of users cur rently reported (opening music, color of the mouse, various charms affixed to th e desktop and all the rest ...). HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE: Contains information about your hardware and the settings of installed software. HKEY_USERS: Here are recor ded all user profiles (if that is attempted you have created). Unlike HKCU which deals only with the user currently logged on. HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG: Resumes HKLM information regardless of user profiles. HKEY_DYN_DATA: Manages particularly th e dynamic parameters of Windows. In short, all data that are constantly modified . Warning: when you create new keys compliance uppercase or lowercase is essenti al! 4: Make a backup of the registry: Click "Start" then "Run". Type: msinfo32.exe click OK. Open the "Microsoft Syste m Information". Click on "Tools" then "Check Register" and confirm with OK again . Windows comes back up your registry. This is the kind of manipulation to be do ne before any tricky maneuver! 5: Saving a key to the registry: REG files are files that can merge data directly into the Windows registry. They are in text format and can be edited by any editor type Notepad. The "Export" o ption allows you to save a previous version of your key. A file of this type has the extension. Reg beginning with: REGEDIT4 It then shows the address to edit k eys in square brackets []. On the line below the key value entered in quotation marks. For example: REGEDIT4 - [HKEY_USERS \. Default \ Control Panel \ Microsof t Input Devices \ Keyboard] "Num Lock" = "ON" Open Base register and select "Exp ort Registry File" menu Registries. Enter a name for the backup file. By doubleclicking on the latest file you just created, you will restore the original sett ings for this key. 6: Restore the registry: Lucky, Windows makes a backup of the registry. To restore a copy, go to fashion Msdos. From C: or C: \ windows type: C: \ scanreg [] / restore Appear then backu ps of the Windows registry. It is, by default, the date of the most recent copy is selected. A priori, it is this or that which was saved just before the onset of the problem that must be selected. Confirm with the Enter key. Press enter ag ain to restart Windows. Note: You can start restoring by booting from CD-ROM Win dows 98 and typing from: D: \ win98scanreg [] / restore

7: Restore the Registry in Windows Millennium: Reboot from the CD-ROM Win ME. You are on A: Type D: D: \ [] cd [] win9x D: \ win9x D: \ win9x \ scanreg [] / restore Note: command s canreg / opt optimizes your registry. The command scanreg / fix is supposed to f ix it ...€Note: You can also boot in Safe Mode and then click "Start" - "Run", t ype: scanreg / restore, but this operation seems less certain ... 8: If Windows tells you that this copy contains errors: Press the Esc key on the keyboard. Select with the arrow keys on the keyboard, a n older copy. Windows logs all events in the life of your computer in this monum ental table of contents. Over the copy is remote in time, the chances of success are dwindling ... 9: After the restoration, offers the Windows Start menu: Force the normal mode (option 1). If Windows is frozen, boot into Safe Mode (opt ion 3). Then restart in normal mode. Courage! And cross your fingers safe! 10: An. Dll is missing after you restore the registry: No problem, reboot again and normally everything falls into place. 11: Repair the registry: Start in Safe Mode, - Click - "Start" - click - "Programs" - click - "Attachments" - click - "System Tools" - click - "System Information". In the window that opens click - "Tools" - click - "Checking the system registry. This corresponds in the MS DOS command : scanreg / fix. 12: Look for an entry in the registry: In Windows, you click on the button "Start" - "run" then type "regedit". Click o n "Edit" - "search." In "name", type the search string. For example: Dfs.vxd. Ma ke sure "whole word only" is checked. This reduces the risk of selecting and the n deleting unnecessary a valid entry. Click "Next". Displays a window: "search i n the registry. Although it is the air to bed, Windows, in fact, is struggling v ery hard to satisfy you! The first entry is set to shine. Note: oddly, it must close and reopen the registry to launch a new search if the latter continues from the last entry found in the previous query. 13: Change or remove an entry in the registry: For example: the entry found "Vnetbios.vxd" is set to shine. To remove: just rig ht click it and choose this option. Confirm with YES. You will notice that Windo ws automatically selects the next entry. This, do not delete! Simply repeat the search by pressing the F3 key on the keyboard. And so on until Windows displays "search completed". You must restart for the changes are taken into account. 14: Create a new key and assign it a value: Open the branch in which you want to place your key. For example: HKEY_CURRENT_U SER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Expl increasi ng the machine In the right pane right click the mouse and select "New Key". Ent er a name for it. It will automatically move to the left under the key "parent". You can optionally rename it by right clicking it and selecting the correspondi ng command. To assign it a value Binary, String or DWORD, double-click the key t o open it then right click on the right pane and choose "new value". By default its name is "new value" and the value entered is 0 or "". You can also rename or return, for example, the value 1 by double-clicking it. Note: Most changes will be validated after restart. A tip saves time: Simultaneously press the CTRL + A

LT + DEL. On the menu that appears, select "Explorer" and click "End Task". A fe w seconds later Windows is like new! 15: Reactivating the autorun CD-ROMs: Double-click HKEY_CURRENT_USER / Software / Microsoft / Windows / Current Versio n / Policies / Explorer. In the right window, there is a right-click Autorun and type NoDrives modifies the value "00 00 B5 00" (or whatever) by "95 00 00 00 00 . Note: If the value is correct, you may find another value of the name "CDRAUTO RUN. Right click and choose "Delete". Upon restart, the situation returned to no rmal ... 16: Resolve conflict on the hard disk controllers: Double-click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / System / Current Control Set / Services / Vxd / Ios. In the right window, there is a right-click the flag "no IDE" We chose "e dit" and change the value "01" "00". If the key is not present,€right click on a n empty right side of the window and click on "new" DWORD value "Set the value t o" 1 "by double-clicking the newly created key. 17: I have an illegal operation to launch Paint: Delete the key "Paint" which is located in: HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Micro soft \ Windows \ Current Version \ Applets. 18: I do not have the preview of my images in Explorer: These file types have the following extensions:. Art. Bmp. Dib. Gif. jpe. jpg.. jpg wmf. Open the key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ and the first name of your extension (they are listed in alphabetical order). Make (eg) a right mouse click on the ke y. Jpg and choose "New Key". Name the new key ShellEx. Under the new key, create , in the same way a second key name the (BB2E617C-0920-11d1-9A0B-00C04FC2D6C1) ( the () are required!). In Control Panel double-click right now on the value chai n automatically created and named (Default). In "Value data", type (7376D660-C58 3-11d0-A3A5-00C04FD706EC). Just do the same for each of the extensions ... 19: I do not have the command "send to": Open the key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ Unknown \ shell \ open \ command Double-click the value "default" one must have the following contents: C: \ Windows \ rundll3 2.exe shell32.dll, OpenAs_RunDLL% 1 20: Find the license number of your CD-ROM Windows 98: It is located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVe rsion \ right of the key: ProductKey. 21: Remove the password security in IE: It removes the Ratings key located under: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Micros oft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies. 22: Which applications run at startup? All values and the corresponding applications are visible: 1) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run 2) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run Once 3) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHIN E \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run Once \ Setup 4) HKEY_L OCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run Services 5) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run Serv icesOnce 6) HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run 7) HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ R unOnce commands 4 and 5 are executed during the boot process of Windows. Keys 12 - 6 and 7 are executed each time a user logs. The key corresponds to three app lications running on Windows startup or after uninstalling a program. Obviously, none of these keys are processed when Windows starts in Safe Mode.

23: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE: The largest branch is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE because it stores the data of hardware, software and security. It contains data on the local computer system, including hardware data and operating system. for example the type of bus, system memory, device drivers and data controlling the start. In this branch you make the most changes. * The branch contains seven main keys: 23-1: HARDWARE: This part describes the physical hardware powering the computer, the way device drivers use the material as well as tables of correspondence and related data th at link the nuclei mode drivers to various codes of user mode. All data in this key are volatile, which means that the parameters are recalculated at each syste m startup, then lost when the system is off. 23-2: SAM and SECURITY: The key SAM Accounts Manager of safety, and SECURITY are not visible data becaus e it points to security policies. For example, rights of the user specific data for user accounts, group accounts and for domains in Windows NT Server. 23-3: SOFTWARE: It is the database software by computer. This key contains data about software i nstalled on the local computer, and various configuration data. The entries in t his pointer apply to any user working on that computer, it shows what software i s installed on the computer, define the associations and OLE. 23-4: SYSTEM: The database control system startup, loading device drivers, services and Window s NT operating system behavior. The key SYSTEM describes the configurations to b e started and those that can not be configured to start in a group of Control Se t,where each value Control Set is a unique configuration. Each Control Set, two key elements describe the operating system and service data for this configurati on. This key also stores the configuration used to boot the operating system cur rent (CurrentControlSet) and the failure configurations and configuration LastKn owGood (Selection of the last good configuration). 23-5: HKEY_CURRENT_USER: The branch HKEY_CURRENT_USER contains: the profile of the user who opened the se ssion environment variables program groups personal desktop settings network con nections, printers, application preferences. 23-6: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT: The branch HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT contains data on file associations (equivalent to t he registry in Windows for MS DOS) and the data necessary to support OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) Microsoft. This branch is a clone of the data contained in the view of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and she is separated for reasons of convenienc e of use, because the branch MACHINE is very large and complex. The subkey CLASS defines the types of documents, providing data on extension associations and OL E names used by Windows shell applications and OLE applications. HKEY_CLASSES_RO OT: Displays the same data stored in this subkey [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE]. OLE data to be created by the specific application by using the Registry Editor to modify . * If you want to change name extension associations, use the File Manager Asso ciation. 23-7: HKEY_USERS: The HKEY_USERS branch describes an environment of operating system by default an d contains a key high level for every user logged on interactively or via a netw ork connection. It contains all actively loaded user profiles, including HKEY_CU RRENT_USER, already designated as a child of HKEY_USERS and default profile. Use

rs who access a remote server have no profile in this key on the server, their p rofiles are loaded into the register of their own computer. 24: Setting the background: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * String Pattern - "b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b7 b8" - "(None)"-Specifies the pattern background the des ktop. The 8 numeric values (from 0-255) correspond to a "bitamp" of 8x8 pixels. -Each numerical value includes a line and each line is represented by one byte. -A transparent pixel is represented by a 0, a pixel is represented by a full 1. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * TileWallpaper Channel - "0" or "1" - "0"-If the key is 0 wallpaper is centered, if it is 1 the wallpaper is tiled. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Descript ion: Wallpaper * String - "Drive: \ path \ fichier.bmp" - "(None)"-Specifies the name of the file that corresponds wallpaper. 25: Setting the screen saver: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * ScreenSaveActi ve Channel - "0" or "1" - "0" "When the key is 0, no screen saver is triggers. I f the key is to 1, the screen saver is activated when the time specified in the key ScreenSaveTimeOut is reached. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Defaul t: * Description: * ScreenSaveIsSecure Channel - "0" or "1" - "0"-Specifies whet her a password is assigned to the screen saver. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parame ters: * Default: * Description: ScreenSaveTimeOut * String - "seconds" - "900"-Specifies the idle time before the outbreak of the screen saver. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * SCRNSAVE.EXE string - "File"-This key does not exist when no screen saver is sel ected Specifies the name executable screen saver. 26: Configuring the desktop icons: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain IconHori zontalSpacing pixels - "60"-Specifies the width of the icon in pixels. * Key Nam e: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-IconSpacing pixel s - 75 "-Specifies the horizontal space in pixels between two icons. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-IconTitleFaceName F ontName - "Helv"-Specifies the font used to display the titles of icons.€-We can change it when the titles of icons are difficult to read. * Key Name: * Key Typ e: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-IconTitleSize nNumber - "9"-Spec ifies the size of the font used to display the titles of icons. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain IconVerticalSpacing pixe ls - "60"-Specifies the height of the icon in pixels. 27: Other configurations office: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * AutoEndTasks C hannel - "0" or "1" - "0" "When the key is to 0, the system waits until processe s before closing the session. "When a spot does not close, Windows displays the box end spot. "When the key is to 1, Windows terminates the task automatically. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * BorderWidth-Ch annel Number 1-49 - "3"-Specifies the border width of a window that has a frame editable. This key does not default. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Def ault: * Description: * Chain-CoolSwitchColumns Number of columns - "7"-Specifies the n umber of columns of icons in the dialog box ALT + TAB. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-CoolSwitchRows Number of lines "3"-Specifies the number of rows of icons in the dialog box ALT + TAB . * Key Na me: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-DragHeight pixel

s - "2"-Determines the height of the rectangle used to detect a "drag". * Key Na me: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-DragWidth pixels - "2"-Determines the length of the rectangle used to detect a "drag". * Key Nam e: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: Chain-GridGranularity * N umber of 0-49 - "0"-Specifies the size of the magnetic grid to position the wind ows on the screen. A unit is 8 pixels. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-msec HungAppTimeout - "0"-determines the time that the system will wait when an application does not respond. -After this time , the dialog box "End Task" appears (when the key is turned AutoEndTasks, the sy stem automatically kills the task). * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Defa ult: * Description: * Chain-msec MenuShowDelay - "400"-Specifies the time displa y the start menu. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description : * Chain-msec WaitToKillAppTimeout - "20000", determines the time that the syst em will wait when an application does not respond when the user logs off or when it stops the system. After these deadlines, the dialog box "End Task" appears ( when the key AutoEndTasks is activated, the system automatically kills the task) . 28: Configuring confirmations: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * ConfirmDelete Channel - "0" or "1" - "1" "When the key is to 1, the system asks for confirmati on when deleting a file. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Desc ription: ConfirmFormat * String - "0" or "1" - "1"-When the key is to 1, the system asks for confirmati on when the user requests a format. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Defa ult: * Description: * ConfirmMouse Channel - "0" or "1" - "1" "When the key is t o 1, the system asks for confirmation when operation of a drag & drop. * Key Nam e: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * ConfirmReplace Channel - "0" or "1" - "1" "When the key is to 1, the system asks for confirmation when replacement of a file. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Descri ption: * ConfirmSubDel Channel - "0" or "1" - "1" "When the key is to 1, the sys tem asks for confirmation when deleting a directory. * Key Name: Key Type *: * P arameters: * Default: * Description: * ConfirmSystemHiddenReadOnly Channel "0" o r "1" "1" "When the key is to 1, the system asks for confirmation when editing a file in read-only or hidden file. 29: Keyboard layout: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * InitialKeyboar dIndicators Channel - "0" or "2" - "0" "When the key is to 0, NumLock is disable d at logon. "When the key is 2, NumLock is enabled at logon.€* Key Name: Key Typ e *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * KeyboardDelay Channel "0" to "3" "1"-Adjusts the time that must elapse before a character does begins to repeat i tself on the screen when the user holds down a key. -0 Represents 250 ms -1 for 500 msec 750 msec represents -2 -3 represents 1 second. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * KeyboardSpeed Channel - "0" to "31" "31"-Adjusts the speed at which a character is repeated at the screen when the u ser holds down a key. 0 is 2 characters per second, 31 is 30 characters per seco nd. 30: Configuring the mouse: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DoubleClickSpe ed Channel -Ms - "686"-Sets the time allowed between two clicks of the mouse to validate a double-click. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * MouseSpeed Channel - "0" to "2" - "1" "When the key is 0, the acceleration is di sabled . "When the key is to 1, the mouse movement is accelerated by two-When th e mouse movement exceeds the value of the key MouseThreshold1. "When the key is

2, moving the mouse is accelerated by two When the mouse movement exceeds the va lue of the key MouseThreshold1, and is accelerated by four-movement when the mou se is over the value of the key MouseThreshold2. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Param eters: * Default: * Description: * String MouseThreshold2 MouseThreshold1 and pi xel-MouseThreshold1 = "6" and MouseThreshold2 = "10"-This key sets the threshold value onset of acceleration when the key is MouseSpeed 1 or 2. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * SwapMouseButtons Channel - "0" or "1" - "0"-Invert mouse button when the key is a . 31: User settings: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain Document s -Extensions - ""-Defines the file extensions considered documents by Windows. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * NetMessage Chann el - "0" or "1" - "1"-Determines whether the system displays a warning message w hen the network does not start when the system is configured to be networked. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * NoPopUpsOnBoot D WORD - "0" or "1" - "1"-This key is used when the system is configured Autologon . - (When the key is to 1 the logon dialog boxes do not appear). * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-Extension Programs - "c om exe bat pif cmd"-Defines the file extensions that are seen as applications fo r Windows NT . 32: Network Settings User * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * NoEntireNetwor k DWORD - "0" or "1" - "0" "When the key is to 1, access to neighborhood network is limited to the domain or local workgroup. However, users can connect to a computer belonging to another group, by typing t he name of the station. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Descr iption: * NoWorkgroupContents DWORD - "0" or "1" - "0" "When the key is to 1, or field stations the local working group are invisible in the network neighborhoo d. 33: Settings NT logon: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * allocatecdroms Channel - "0" or "1" - "0" data-Determines if the CD-ROM are available by other users. "As the CD-ROM is a volume, it has a default share name (example: d $). -This key allows therefore denied access to the drive from the network. -0 = The CD-ROM can be accessed by all the domain administrator. -1 = Only the local use r can access the CD-ROM. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Desc ription: * AllocateFloppies Channel - "0" or "1" - "0"-Determines whether the da ta from the floppy drive is accessed by other users. "As the disk drive is a vol ume, it has a default share name (example: a $). -This key allows therefore deni ed access to the drive from the network. -0 = The floppy drive can be accessed b y any director of the field. -1 = Only the local user can access the floppy drive.€* Key Name: Key Typ e *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * AutoAdminLogon Channel - "0" or " 1" - "0"-Determines if automatic login is enabled. The auto-logon uses the domai n, L-user and password stored respectively:-DefaultDomainName, DefaultUserName, and DefaultPassword. -The login dialog box not displayed when the auto-logon is enabled (the system must be restarted to take into account these values). * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * AutoRestartShell DWO RD 0 or 1 1-Determines if the Windows NT interface (Explorer.exe)-Restarts autom atically if it stops unexpectedly. -0 = Windows NT If the interface stops, the u ser must restart the session. -1 = The interface automatically restarts. * Key N ame: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * CachedLogonsCount Cha nnel - "0" to "50" - "10"-Determines the number of user accounts stored in the l

ocal SAM ( used when the domain controller is inaccessible). "If the key is 0 an d the controller is unavailable, the user can log in locally. * Key Name: Key Ty pe *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-DefaultDomainName Domain N ame - "NEWDOMAIN" Indicates the domain name by default. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Pa rameters: * Default: * Description: * DefaultPassword Channel-Password-This key does not exist by default-Specifies the password associated with the specified u ser DefaultUserName in the key. -CAUTION: The password is not encrypted, so it i s visible to all users can edit the registry. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Paramete rs: * Default: * Description: * * String DefaultUserName username - "admin" Indi cates the default user name. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DontDisplayLastUserName Channel - "0" or "1" - "0"-Indicates whet her the name of the last user logged on must be kept for -the next logon. When t he key is 1-users must enter their user name to each connection. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * * String LegalNoticeCaption t itle of the message - ""-Defines the contents of the title bar of the message th at is displayed when the user-press Ctrl + Alt + Delete at the login box. -If th e contents of the key string is empty, no message appears on the connection. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * * String Legal NoticeText content of the message - ""-Defines the content of the message that i s displayed when the user presses Ctrl + Alt + Delete at the login box. * Key Na me: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-LogonPrompt Mess age Body Connection - "Enter a valid name and password that are valid for this s ystem" - Sets the message content is displayed on the terminal box. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Chain-Shell program name S hell-This key does not exist by default-Specifies the program name Shell (GUI) t o execute. "If this key do not exist, explorer.exe will be taken into account. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * ShutdownWithout Logon Channel - "0" or "1" - "1" for NT Workstation / "0" for NT Server-Specifie s whether the "stop the system" is visible to the connection box. * Key Name: Ke y Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * Welcome message * String - " " -Defines the message that appears in the title bar of the Logon window, lock the station, and Windows NT security. 34: Restrictions on the Explorer interface: * Explorer.exe is the GUI of Windows NT by default. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Pa rameters: * Default: * Description: * NoClose DWORD - "0" or "1" - "0" "When the key is to 1, the command" Stop " is not accessible from the Start menu. -This k ey does not "stop" in the dialog windows "Windows NT Security"-which appears whe n the user presses on Ctrl + Alt + Delete. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * NoCommonGroups DWORD - "0" or "1" - "0"-Determines whether the user can access the common program groups . -0 = Common groups appea r in the start menu. -1 = Common groups do not appear in the start menu.€* Key N ame: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: *- Description: NoDesktop DWORD * - "0 " or "1" - "0"-Determines whether the user can access the standard elements of o ffice - (Computer, Network Neighborhood, Recycle Bin, Briefcase). -This does not prevent the user to perform the same task from the file manager. * Key Name: Ke y Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: NoDriveAutoRun * DWORD-0x0-0x0-0x3FFFFFF Determines if the "Autorun" is enabled on each system drive. "When the autorun is enabled, the media starts when it is inserted into t he drive. -The key value is represented in 32 bits. -The 26 least significant bi ts represent the 26 letters of the alphabet - (the first bit represents the A, Z represents the 26th). When the bit is 0, the autorun is enabled. -Example: 0x8 (1000 binary): autorun is disabled on the D. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameter s: * Default: * Description: * NoDrives DWORD-0x0-0x0-0x3FFFFFF Determine whethe

r each system drive is accessible from the interface explore - (Computer , Netwo rk Neighborhood, and Explorer.exe). -The key value is represented in 32 bits. -T he 26 least significant bits represent the 26 letters of the alphabet - (the fir st bit represents the A, Z represents the 26th). "When the bit is 1, the player is hidden. -Example: 0x8 (1000 binary): the player is hidden. "Still, the reader is always visible from other file managers (eg Winfile.exe). * Key Name: Key Ty pe *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD NoFileMenu -0-a -0 or when the key is to 1, the file menu in Explorer is inaccessible. * Key Name: Key Typ e *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD Nofind -0-a -0 or when the key is to 1, the command "Search" is hidden in the Start Menu . * Key Name: * Key Type: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD NoNetConnectDisconne ct -0 or 1 -0-cache commands "Network Drive" and "Disconnect Network Drive"-are available in Explorer.exe. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * De scription: * DWORD NoNetHood -0 or 1 -0-Allows to hide the Network Neighborhood icon, and disable the media names Files UNC (Universal Naming Convention). * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * NoRun DWORD -0-a -0 or disables the "Run" menu "Start". * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Def ault: * Description: NoSaveSettings DWORD * -0 or 1 -0-Defines whether the chang es are saved to the Windows desktop - (Create a shortcut reorganization of the i cons). * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD N oSetFolders -0 or 1 -0 -Hide the icon "Control Panel" and "Printers" in the "Start" menu in the "My Com puter" and Windows Explorer. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD NoSetTaskbar -0 or 1 -0-Determines whether the user can cha nge the options of the taskbar. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD NoStartBanner -0-a -0 or hides the message "Click here t o start" in the taskbar at startup. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Settings * Default : * Description: * DWORD NoStartMenuSubFolders -0-a -0 or hides the menu "Progra m" button "Start" (For changes to take effect, you must restart the session). * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD NoTrayCont extMenu -0-a -0 or hides the menu of the taskbar. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Sett ings * Default: * Description: * DWORD NoViewContextMenu -0-A -0 or hides the desktop context menu and Windows NT Explorer. * Key Name: K ey Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD RestrictRun -0-a -0 o r when the key is to 1, the user can use only authorized applications. -WARNING: This key is handled with care. - If no application is allowed (in the subkey Re strictRun) - The system will be blocked (the user can not start). 35: Restrictions on the system: * Key Name: Key Type *: * Settings * Default: * Description: DisableRegistryTool s DWORD * -0-a -0 or when the key is to 1, the user can not run the editor regis ter.€* Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD Dis ableTaskMgr -0-a -0 or when the key is to 1, the user can not run the task manag er . * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Description: * DWORD NoD ispAppearancePage -0-a -0 or when the key is to 1, the "Appearance" tab in the d ialog box "Ownership the display is hidden. * Key Name: Key Type *: * Parameters: * Default: * Descri ption: * DWORD NoDispBackgroundPage -0-a -0 or when the key is to 1, the tab Bac kground "in the dialog" Property of the display is hidden. _______________________________________