If the path includes escape characters, enclose it in single quotation marks. And you need the regedit line to actually call regedit so that really can't be ignored Not being brilliant with batch files, how does the last bit of this line point to itself or know where itself is?? Then, it uses the Name parameter of Remove-ItemProperty to specify the name of the registry value. Notes In the PowerShell Registry provider, registry values are considered to be properties of a registry key or subkey. Can anyone help me please? Super-Mandatory Mandatory Profiles might not always be so—if the server is down or a user unplugs their network cable, the Mandatory Profile does not load. It uses Name to specify which registry value to delete.
In reg files the ; means a comment, the batch file will ignore the ; and process the commands. You can use the ItemProperty cmdlets to manage these values. How do you do this. In this case, we are referring to a file we just created with a list of registry branches to delete. And you need the regedit line to actually call regedit so that really can't be ignored Not entirely true. Indeed, the user will get the Local Default User Profile. I know how to delete registry key values in group policy if you specify the exact value name, but is there a way to delete them using wildcards? When omitted, all subkeys and values under the Key are deleted.
Remove-ItemProperty is designed to work with the data exposed by any provider. We seem to be having a few issues with windows backing up registry keys for profiles - this means when the user next logs in on that machine windows i loading a temporary profile. I'd much rather get a more condensed version. What makes this more complicated is that many of the users email addresses are different from their domain username. ValueName The value name, under the selected Key, to delete. .
You need to understand exaclty, what are you doing here and why. Normally I would make a simple. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact Hi, I'm marking the reply as answer as there has been no update for a couple of days. Say, I am trying to resolve a problem in a registry. And yea I've tried kavremover but it doesn't work most of the time. Just need to get line 17 right and problem solved hopefully. Btw, semi-colons are just comments so can be ignored if you want.
Hi, Here is a simple free vbscript to do just what you want. I tried to modify the script to find a registry value and delete this value, but i didnt found a solution. Those commands only let you read, delete and modify specific registry keys. The command uses the Get-Item cmdlet to get an item that represents the registry key. For Windows Vista machines, rename the entire folder from allnurses.
Btw, semi-colons are just comments so can be ignored if you want. The upside to a script would be the ability to run it remotely. Thanks, Regards, Ethan Hua Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. It uses a pipeline operator to send the object to Remove-ItemProperty. A little problem with this list are duplicates. The cause of the issue is GoToMeeting leaving multiple startup items when only one version of it's installed on the computer, resulting in the registry values below.
As part of this update I need to blow away their old email settings in outlook, there are some residual settings in the registry that I need to remove also. To force users who log onto Windows Vista and later to use a Mandatory Profile or lose logon capability, you need to first rename the allnurses. Unlike the Path parameter, the value of LiteralPath is used exactly as it is typed. No characters are interpreted as wildcards. I'm assuming there has to be some sort of delete command in front of that path but I'm not sure of the exact syntax. The value of this parameter qualifies the Path parameter.
However, the method detailed here is preferred. So, the final folder name will be allnurses. WriteLine vbCrLf ' add two blank lines at the end fRegFile. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact Hi, Just checking in to see if above information was helpful. In reg files the ; means a comment, the batch file will ignore the ; and process the commands. How to remove an individual registry key or value using files and is by.