Programming with the System Registry Provider

The following topics describe how applications can use the System Registry Provider to provide data for classes that you create.

TopicDescription
Defining Classes for the System Registry Provider To access the system registry, you must create Windows classes that store registry information in the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) repository.
Using the System Registry Provider as a Property Provider The System Registry Provider requires that you use several qualifiers to view registry properties.
Describing a Resource for the Registry You can access data in the registry that describes a system resource. To modify the information, the System Registry Provider requires a specific syntax.
Accessing an Unnamed Registry Value To access most registry values, create a class to receive the values in WMI, or you can examine specific registry properties. However, the System Registry Provider requires a special syntax to view unnamed registry values.

 

 

 

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