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.
|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.|