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How do I import registry settings using the GPO startup script?

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Import Registry Key in Registry Editor When you import (merge) a.reg file, it will overwrite and replace the current key (s) and data value (s) in your registry with the contents of the.reg file.
Import Registry Key using REG file When you import (merge) a.reg file, it will overwrite and replace the current key (s) and data value (s) in your registry with the contents of the.reg file.When you import (merge) a.reg file, it will overwrite and replace the current key (s) and data value (s) in your registry with the contents of the.reg file. It is highly recommend that you create a restore point before importing a.reg file to be able to quickly do a system restore if needed (ex: caused issue) afterwards.

What happens when you import a registry key?

Import Registry Key using REG file When you import (merge) a.reg file, it will overwrite and replace the current key (s) and data value (s) in your registry with the contents of the.reg file.

What happens when I import (merge) a registry?

When you import (merge) a .reg file, it will overwrite and replace the current key(s) and data value(s) in your registry with the contents of the .reg file. It is highly recommend that you create a restore point before importing a .reg file to be able to quickly do a system restore if needed (ex: caused issue) afterwards.

What is a reg file in registry?

Exporting the Registry creates a text file with the .reg extension that you can edit using any text editor. This file contains all the information required to describe the subkeys and values in the subkey you export; in fact, you can import a REG file back into the Registry.

How do I import registry settings using the GPO startup script?

Instead of creating individual registry settings manually in the GPP editor, you can import the reg file with the settings via the GPO startup script. Export the registry key contents on the reference computer to a reg file. To do this, start the registry editor (regedit.exe), right-click on the registry key, and select Export.

How do I import registry settings using the GPO startup script?

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