regutil freeware registry utility

by Wayne Maples [Published on 20 April 2004 / Last Updated on 20 April 2004]

Wayne Berke has written a freeware Windows NT registry tool, regutil, which has features:
  • dumps any subtree of the registry to a file in human-readable, text format
  • supports all important value types including binary and multi-string
  • loads keys and values from a dump text file to any branch of a local or remote registry
  • merges keys and values from a dump text file into an existing subtree of a local or remote registry
  • removes an entire registry subtree in a local or remote registry
  • clones a local registry subtree to the same path in a remote registry (similar to rdist -r for registry keys and values)
  • load, merge, remove, and clone operations allow you to specify either a single target PC or a file with a list of PCs, all of which will be updated

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