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150 "Escreva "REG /?" para ver ajuda.\n" "Type "REG /?" for help.\n"
151 "Usage:\n
REG [operation] [parameters]\n
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Supported operations:\n
ADD | COPY | DELETE | EXPORT | IMPORT | QUERY\n
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For help on a specific operation, type:\n
REG [operation] /?\n
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"Usage:\n
REG [operation] [parameters]\n
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Supported operations:\n
ADD | COPY | DELETE | EXPORT | IMPORT | QUERY\n
\n
For help on a specific operation, type:\n
REG [operation] /?\n
\n"
152 "REG ADD <key> [/v value_name | /ve] [/t type] [/s separator] [/d data] [/f]\n
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Adds a key to the registry or adds a new value to a given registry key.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to add or, if either [/v] or [/ve] is specified,\n
the key in which to add the new registry data.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
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ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
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Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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/v <value_name>\n
The name of the registry value to add.\n
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/ve\n
Add an unnamed registry value. This option modifies the (Default)\n
registry value.\n
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/t <type>\n
The type of data to add to the registry. If [/t] is specified,\n
<type> must be one of the following:\n
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REG_SZ | REG_MULTI_SZ | REG_EXPAND_SZ\n
REG_DWORD | REG_BINARY | REG_NONE\n
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If [/t] is not specified, the default data type is REG_SZ.\n
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/s <separator>\n
The character used to separate strings in REG_MULTI_SZ data.\n
If [/s] is not specified, the default separator is \0.\n
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/d <data>\n
The data to add to the new registry value.\n
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/f\n
Modify the registry without prompting for confirmation.\n
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"REG ADD <key> [/v value_name | /ve] [/t type] [/s separator] [/d data] [/f]\n
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Adds a key to the registry or adds a new value to a given registry key.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to add or, if either [/v] or [/ve] is specified,\n
the key in which to add the new registry data.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
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ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
\n
Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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/v <value_name>\n
The name of the registry value to add.\n
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/ve\n
Add an unnamed registry value. This option modifies the (Default)\n
registry value.\n
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/t <type>\n
The type of data to add to the registry. If [/t] is specified,\n
<type> must be one of the following:\n
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REG_SZ | REG_MULTI_SZ | REG_EXPAND_SZ\n
REG_DWORD | REG_BINARY | REG_NONE\n
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If [/t] is not specified, the default data type is REG_SZ.\n
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/s <separator>\n
The character used to separate strings in REG_MULTI_SZ data.\n
If [/s] is not specified, the default separator is \0.\n
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/d <data>\n
The data to add to the new registry value.\n
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/f\n
Modify the registry without prompting for confirmation.\n
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153 "REG COPY <key1> <key2> [/s] [/f]\n
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Copies the contents of a specified registry key to another location.\n
By default, this operation only copies registry values. Use [/s] to\n
recursively copy all subkeys and values.\n
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<key1>, <key2>\n
Registry keys specifying the source (<key1>) and destination (<key2>)\n
of the data. If <key2> does not exist, it is created.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
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ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
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Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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/s\n
Copy all subkeys and values from <key1> to <key2>.\n
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/f\n
Overwrite all registry data in <key2> without prompting for confirmation.\n
This option does not modify subkeys and values that only exist in <key2>.\n
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"REG COPY <key1> <key2> [/s] [/f]\n
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Copies the contents of a specified registry key to another location.\n
By default, this operation only copies registry values. Use [/s] to\n
recursively copy all subkeys and values.\n
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<key1>, <key2>\n
Registry keys specifying the source (<key1>) and destination (<key2>)\n
of the data. If <key2> does not exist, it is created.\n
\n
Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
\n
ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
\n
Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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/s\n
Copy all subkeys and values from <key1> to <key2>.\n
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/f\n
Overwrite all registry data in <key2> without prompting for confirmation.\n
This option does not modify subkeys and values that only exist in <key2>.\n
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154 "REG DELETE <key> [/v value_name | /ve | /va] [/f]\n
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Deletes a registry key (including all subkeys and values), or deletes\n
one or more values from a given registry key.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to delete or, if one of [/v], [/ve] or [/va] is\n
specified, the registry key in which to delete one or more values.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
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ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
\n
Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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/v <value_name>\n
The name of the registry value to delete.\n
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/ve\n
Delete an unnamed registry value. This option deletes the (Default)\n
registry value.\n
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/va\n
Delete all values from a registry key.\n
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/f\n
Delete a registry key (including all subkeys and values) without\n
prompting for confirmation.\n
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"REG DELETE <key> [/v value_name | /ve | /va] [/f]\n
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Deletes a registry key (including all subkeys and values), or deletes\n
one or more values from a given registry key.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to delete or, if one of [/v], [/ve] or [/va] is\n
specified, the registry key in which to delete one or more values.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
\n
ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
\n
Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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/v <value_name>\n
The name of the registry value to delete.\n
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/ve\n
Delete an unnamed registry value. This option deletes the (Default)\n
registry value.\n
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/va\n
Delete all values from a registry key.\n
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/f\n
Delete a registry key (including all subkeys and values) without\n
prompting for confirmation.\n
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155 "REG EXPORT <key> <file> [/y]\n
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Exports a specified registry key (including all subkeys and values)\n
to a file.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to export.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
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ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
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Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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<file>\n
The name and path of the registry file that will be created.\n
This file must have a .reg extension.\n
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/y\n
Overwrite <file> without prompting for confirmation.\n
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"REG EXPORT <key> <file> [/y]\n
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Exports a specified registry key (including all subkeys and values)\n
to a file.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to export.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
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ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
\n
Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
\n
<file>\n
The name and path of the registry file that will be created.\n
This file must have a .reg extension.\n
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/y\n
Overwrite <file> without prompting for confirmation.\n
\n"
156 "REG IMPORT <file>\n
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Imports keys, values and data from a given file into the registry.\n
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<file>\n
The name and path of the registry file to import.\n
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"REG IMPORT <file>\n
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Imports keys, values and data from a given file into the registry.\n
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<file>\n
The name and path of the registry file to import.\n
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157 "REG QUERY <key> [/v value_name | /ve] [/s]\n
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Queries a specified registry key and lists all immediate subkeys, values\n
and data within that key. Use [/s] to recursively query each subkey.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to query.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
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ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
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Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
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/v <value_name>\n
The name of the registry value to query. If neither [/v] nor [/ve] is\n
specified, all values under <key> are listed.\n
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/ve\n
Query an unnamed registry value. This option queries the (Default)\n
registry value.\n
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/s\n
List all registry entries under <key> and its subkeys.\n
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"REG QUERY <key> [/v value_name | /ve] [/s]\n
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Queries a specified registry key and lists all immediate subkeys, values\n
and data within that key. Use [/s] to recursively query each subkey.\n
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<key>\n
The registry key to query.\n
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Format: ROOT\Subkey\n
\n
ROOT: A predefined registry key. This must be one of the following:\n
\n
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | HKLM\n
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | HKCU\n
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT | HKCR\n
HKEY_USERS | HKU\n
HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG | HKCC\n
\n
Subkey: The full path to a registry key under a given ROOT key.\n
\n
/v <value_name>\n
The name of the registry value to query. If neither [/v] nor [/ve] is\n
specified, all values under <key> are listed.\n
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/ve\n
Query an unnamed registry value. This option queries the (Default)\n
registry value.\n
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/s\n
List all registry entries under <key> and its subkeys.\n
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