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Often times, one-liners are just as useful as longer pieces of code, and probably more robust. In that spirit, and inspired by a recent discussion, I created a small, bare-bones one-liner to perform a quick test on a client server to see if there’s any way to dump the contents of a Windows registry key to a file. Such a script should be easily extendable to work with any other key.
The trick is that we need to know the path of the key we’re looking for, and the file name to store it on. So we’ll first ask for the path to our reg key, and then dump the key we want to a file.
The script below acts a little like echo, taking in the path to the key we want to dump, and then dumping the contents of that key to a file, with one user-defined variable.
reg query %1/HKEY_USERS/S-1-5-21-1544431729-1076825343-367827376-500/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Uninstall/SoftwareCompanyProducts/@selectedkey | findstr “selectedkey” > “C:\temp\%2”
The command line would be:
reg query %1/HKEY_USERS/S-1-5-21-1544431729-1076825343-367827376-500/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Uninstall/SoftwareCompanyProducts/@selectedkey > “C:\temp\%2”
This will store the contents of the selected key in the file named “C:\temp\%2”
Note that you can use any path that you want, and as many paths as you want, to the key you’re interested in, as long as it exists as a reg key.
Also, if you want the script to preserve the PATH of the key you’re looking for, you can add one of the following env variables to your script: