[NOTE: This documentation is currently being updated.]
Registrar Registry Manager Help
Remote Registry Editing
Registrar Registry Manager allows you to edit registries of remote computers in the network.
To edit te registry on other computer, choose Connect to Remote Registry
from the File menu. Now enter the name or address of the computer you wish to
connect to and click OK. If the registry on the remote computer is
accessible, then the contents of the registry will appear in a new window. You can edit
a remote registry in the same way as your local registry.
Certain functionality, like the
registry monitor, backup, restore and undo will not be available. In the advanced
options dialog there is a setting that allows you to make your local bookmarks become available when
editing remote computers.
Note: registries on other computers in the network may not automatically become accessible. One of the conditions is that the
Remote Registry Service is running on both the host and the target machine. Also certain combinations of Windows
operating system versions may not be working. Please refer to your Windows documentation to setup Remote Administration or Remote Registry Editing.
Our Registry Support Website www.resplendence.com/regtips contains some links to articles on this subject.
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