How to remove registryquick key to prevent wrong registry entries?

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How to remove registryquick key to prevent laymen in my office making wrong registry entries? A wrong registry clean up messes up the system which takes me ages to correct.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #145847

How to remove registryquick key to prevent wrong registry entries?

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Hi,

The registry files are very essential in a computer. If you try to edit them or if any program changes the registry settings, then the whole computer may be spoilt. So you have to be very cautious when you change the registry values. Try the following steps:

1. Download Tune Up utilities and install it on your system. You can get the trial version for 30 days.

2. After installing Tune up utilities run the program from your desktop.

3. Go to "Optimize System Performance" and select "Check Registry".

4. Your registry will be scanned for errors and any errors found will be fixed automatically.

5. Always remember to change the registry values to default.

Hope this information helps you.

Answered By 562865 points N/A #145848

How to remove registryquick key to prevent wrong registry entries?

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I think what you want to do is disable the registry editor, “regedit.exe”, from getting started so that other users will not be able to modify anything on the Windows registry. This is possible by modifying a setting in the Windows Group Policy that prevents access to the “regedit.exe” utility. To disable the Windows registry editor, click Start, Run, type without quotes “gpedit.msc” then hit Enter.

In the Group Policy window, go to User Configuration, Administrative Templates, System, and then double-click “Prevent access to registry editing tools”. Select Enabled then click OK. This now disables the “regedit.exe” utility from getting started by any user. If you want to make any changes to the Windows registry, you have to disable the setting by selecting either Not Configured or Disabled.

When you select Enabled, make sure Yes is selected under “Disable regedit from running silently?” so that the registry editor cannot be started in silent mode or by using the “/s” switch: “regedit /s”.

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