Practical knowledge and skills of the Windows 2000 Registry database are critical for system administrators, technical support personnel, and advanced Windows NT/2000 users. This book was created to clarify many of the frequently asked questions surrounding one of the most confusing components of the Windows 2000 operating system. Offering a comprehensive overview of Registry concepts and features, complete coverage of Registry backup and recovery protocols, as well as troubleshooting the most common system problems this book should be of interest to system engineers facing challenges with the increasingly complex network. The text contains: a concise overview of the Windows 2000 Registry structure, valid data types, and data storage methods; a full chapter dedicated to securing and protecting your Registry while avoiding conflicts that create difficulties completing everyday tasks; step-by-step instructions dedicated to the various methods of backing up and restoring the Registry database; and a definition of the interface of the Registry editors, keys, and utilities for novice users. The text examines and explains multiple Registry configurations and network settings and includes instructions for fine-tuning your Registry. There are detailed descriptions of the Windows 2000 boot process and tips and techniques for eliminating boot failures. The text includes descriptions of popular third-party tools for exiting the Registry and a complete listing of additional Windows 2000 Registry information sources.In Windows 2000, this wizard was significantly improved and has a nice user interface (fig. ... Any attempt to use the Add/Remove Programs wizard for removing the application (by clicking the Change/Remove) results in a series of system messages. ... Active Directory Restore CurrentControlSet\Services\NTDS\ Restore In Progress \CurrentControlSet\Services\NTDS\Parameters \New Database GUID Fig.
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