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ACTIONLIST

An action list is a set of arbitrary changes to the registry that are made in response to a control being in a certain state. For instance, if a check box is selected, an application could install some virtual device drivers and record some other changes.

The syntax for an action list follows. Brackets indicate optional parameters.

ACTIONLIST

[KEYNAME key name]

VALUENAME value name

VALUE value

...

END ACTIONLIST

Remarks

An action list specifies one or more triplets composed of key name, value name, and value. A key name is required for every action.

Values are treated as strings unless they are preceded by NUMERIC, as in the following examples:

VALUE "Some value" 
VALUE NUMERIC 1

If VALUE is followed by DELETE (for example, VALUE DELETE), the registry entry will be deleted.

Related topics

Group Policy Overview
Group Policy File Formats

 

 

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