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Using the Network Registry Functions

, 11 Jan 2000 CPOL
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A small sample which uses Network Registry Access Functions to access a remote computer
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    This is a small sample which uses Network Registry Access Functions.

    If a user is the administrator of a machine then he can connect to the registry of that machine from the network and browse. This sample just does that.

    In the main dialog enter the machine name and click the Browse Button. It will list all the Software installed on the remote machine.

    Note: Windows 95 machines need Remote Registry Service from Microsoft for this application to be able to connect.

    If there are any problems or questions please contact me.

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    Santosh Rao
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    1993 started with Computers
     
    BE(Computer Science) and MS (Software Systems)
     
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    QuestionWhich Registry API is used for reading particular registry key? PinmemberPoonamol13-Dec-06 19:27 
    Generallogical drives access in network Pinmembery_naga_malleswararao24-Feb-06 23:59 
    Generalhardware information Pinsussjamm_8211-Feb-04 8:26 

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