RegSafe It does everything
that regedt32 does plus!!!!
Registry Explorer is a
freeware program that is intended to replace regedit. This free software package
is a system tool that puts itself into Windows Explorer. The features:
Total integration in Windows Explorer
Drag and Drop
Copy and Paste
Multiple selection for export to file
Create shortcuts to registry keys
Add registry keys to your favorites
Registrar Lite for Win95/98/2000/NT/XP is a freeware, new
generation registry editor that comes with a basic set of tools that makes your
registry editing life easier. Reglite is the freeware version of Resplendent Registrar which is an full-feature registry editor
and registry manager. From Registrar’s page:
Browse, cut, copy, paste, move, delete and rename keys and values just as if
it were Explorer
Addressbar, key descriptions and history buttons for easy navigation
Bookmark editor with categories, optional key coloring and descriptions
Search and Replace functionality that runs in the background with advanced
Backup and Restore of Registry. Also stores security information on NT
Remote registry editing in separate windows
Undo and redo for all registry operations
Detailed registry key property pages
Flexible value editors allowing text, multi-line and binary editing of
.reg (regedit compatible) file editing in separate windows
.reg (regedit compatible) file Import and Export functionality
Security Editors for permisssions, auditing and ownership like REGEDT32 (on
Edit keys with restricted user access like
HKLMSECURITY\Policy\Secrets\DefaultPassword (on WinNT)
Registry Activity Monitor allows restoring of changes made by system and
external applications (on WinNT)
Read-only mode giving you extra security
Commandline options to automate common tasks
Cool, customizable and easy-to-use interface
Remote update facility to check for the latest version
Eytcheson Software’s Multi-Remote Registry Change is a very fast commercial remote
registry editor for simultaneously modifying multiple NT / Windows 2000
registries. The demo version can work with up to 10 computers at a time on your
LAN. For more than 10 at one time, then you’ll have to register the program for
$35.00 plus $2.00 each for computer on your site. There are two versions of the
Multi-Remote Registry Change: the Windows NT/2000 and the Windows 95/98 version.
From the Multi-Remote’s page:
Zero Client Configuration (NT)
Works equally well over the Intranet and Internet.
“Retry Log” maintains log of failed changes. One click to retry the failed
Remotely manage registry security and auditing for groups of computers. (NT)
User definable dynamic substitutions.
Change User Rights. (NT)
Drag and Drop keys and values.
Registry Browser to quickly find keys and values on any computer. Supports
Drag-and-Drop to copy keys and values.
The option to create the key or simply ignore it if it’s not already there.
Verify the existence of a key and/or value.
Delete keys (including subkeys) or values.
The option to change the remote registry for all users of a remote machine –
logged on or not.
Create a simple TAB delimited file to apply many changes to many computers.
Includes a method for creating these files with ease.
Quick Copy a key and all subkeys from one computer to many others.
Export keys, subkeys and values to .REG file format.
Apply all changes from .REG files to many computers very quickly.
Substitute a different root key and/or key path for keys and values in *.REG
Shutdown remote systems or groups of remote systems. (NT)
Save logs of Operation Successes, Operation Failures and Failures to Connect
and then reselect computers based on these logs.
Multi-Threaded – do many of these operations at once with each operation
having multiple threads (2 to hundreds)!
Startup parameters allow you to process the ‘Retry Log’ automatically when
you start the program or scheduled via command line.
Change Service User Information (NT)
Send pop-up messages to your users based upon which machine they are logged
in to. (NT)
Fast, Fast, Fast! Change literally tens of thousands of keys/values per
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