How to add Registry as an application to launch

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How to add Registry as an application to launch   03 June 2018, 04:09

I added this command line at the Applications tab, but it does not work for me.
regedit.exe /v:%0
What should I add?

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Re: How to add Registry as an application to launch   03 June 2018, 20:52

I don't believe regedit.exe supports any command-line parameter to pass a path even on the local computer.

There is a little utility from MS called RegJump, which lets you open a certain registry path in regedit, but it may not work with a network location.

If that's the case, you may have to use a third-party registry editor that supports remote registry and command-line parameters. This article overviews a few registry-editing tools and another few mentioned in the comments. Unfortunately I am not sure which tool supports the functionality you require.

Re: How to add Registry as an application to launch   04 June 2018, 01:36

Thanks for reply. I will do that

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