Registry commands syntax

  • 12 November 2015
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What is the correct syntax for registry commands via the console (Agent Commands / Advanced / Run a registry command)?
Online help does not give any example, only says this short advice:
 
"This command uses the same syntax as reg.exe, but does not call reg.exe"
 
So I tried issueing the following command:
 
ADD HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesExplorer /v NoDriveTypeAutoRun /t dword /d 000000ff
 
but the I dit not succeed, even if the "View commands for selected endpoint" log says that it was executed.
(And BTW, why does not this log shows back any result?)
 
So what is the correct syntax?

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I would recommend that you open a ticket with our support team, as this may be specific to your instance.
Same issue here, the registry command get executed but the registry key is not delete in my case 
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Also interested in more details being shared. Please post. Thanks.
Please post the answer here.  Many of us need to stop win10 too. 😉
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So it looks like your sytanx is correct, so it could be a bug in this feature.  If you wouldn't mind, please create a ticket here:
https://www.webrootanywhere.com/servicewelcome.asp?SOURCE=ENTERPRISEWSA
 
so that we can get it documented and escalated to the right folks.  I'm also tracking down some documentation on syntax for that feature to send you, just so you have it.

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