Creating new registry key values on remote computers using PowerShell
Have you never needed to create some new registry key values on some remote computers? I'll bet you have. Watch PowerShell come to the rescue with this script contributed by Ying Li to Rod Trent's myITforum:
$colComputers = gc c:\myworkspace\computerlist.txt
foreach ($strComputer in $colComputers)
#Open remote registry
$reg = [Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey]::OpenRemoteBaseKey(?LocalMachine?, $strComputer)
#Open the targeted remote registry key/subkey for read and write ($True)
#Create a new (string)value ??Override System Verification? and assign ?Yes? to it
$regKey.Setvalue(?Override System Verification?, ?Yes?, ?String?)
Here's a link to Ying Li's original post on myITforum:
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