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Specify registry data to add to the user's computer during installation

Getting there

Specify registry keys and values to add or modify during the installation process. By modifying registry values, you can change the way the application operates (for example, for certain Attachmate applications, you can add a value that specifies to never save settings on exit).

Notes:

  • The Windows Registry Database stores a hierarchical set of keys that determine how your machine operates. These keys hold values that contain the data or binary code necessary to perform specific functions.
  • Caution! Do not modify registry keys unless you understand the implications of any changes you are making. Improper registry modification can cause serious problems on the user's workstation.

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Does this

Add

Opens the Add/Modify Registry Data dialog box, from which you can add a registry key.

Modify

Opens the Add/Modify Registry Data dialog box, from which you can modify the registry data for the selected key.

Remove

Deletes the selected key.