The Connect method establishes a connection to a predefined registry handle on another computer.
Server.Connect ([MachineName as String = Local computer], [hKey as ReservedKeys = rkLocalMachine], [UserName as String = Empty string], [Password as String = Empty string])
|MachineName||String||yes||Local computer||Name of the remote computer.|
|hKey||ReservedKeys||yes||rkLocalMachine||Specifies the predefined handle of the registry on the remote computer.|
|UserName||String||yes||Empty string||Specifies a user name to be used in making the connection|
|Password||String||yes||Empty string||Specifies a password to be used in making the network connection|
The Connect method is obsolete. It is provided only for compatibility with older versions. You should use GetKey method.
Connect uses AddConnection method if UserName/Password is defined.
Enumerate classes on remote computer
'Get regedit server object Set S = CreateObject("RegEdit.Server") 'Connect to the remote registry S.Connect "ComputerName", rkClassesRoot For Each Key In S.Keys Wscript.Echo Key.Name Next S.Close
Server.Keys, Server.Close, Server.hKey, Server.AddConnection
AddConnection, Close, Connect, ExpandEnvironmentStrings, GetKey, LogonUser, RevertToSelf
Server/computer for the ActiveX regedit.
You can use GetKey method to get a specified key from the server.
Keys property returns a collection containing subkeys of a connected key (See Connect method).
Intuitive, easy to use COM interface to windows registry. Set of classes to read/enumerate/modify windows registry keys and values from ASP, VBS and T-SQL.
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