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    Registry Message Logon

    Hi

    I have put a reg file I need to run at logon into HKLM\software\microsoft\windows\current version \run

    The file does the job but when a user logs on they get a message saying "adding information can unintentially break the registry etc ... do they want to continue". Is there a way to hide this? I know if you do it as a batch file you can add the silent option. I've added it as a string value in the registry, is there any way to do this silently ?

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    Try this;
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    regedit.exe /s "FILEPATH\FILENAME.REG"

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