IRegistryKey

The IRegistryKey interface provides an abstraction of a registry key that a miniport driver can use to access the key and its subkeys. In Windows 98/Me and in Windows 2000 and later, the PortCls system driver implements this interface and exposes it to miniport drivers. A miniport driver obtains a reference to an IRegistryKey object by calling PcNewRegistryKey or IPort::NewRegistryKey. IRegistryKey inherits from the IUnknown interface.

For more information, see Registry Key Objects.

In addition to the methods that IRegistryKey inherits from the IUnknown interface, IRegistryKey supports the following methods:

IRegistryKey::DeleteKey

IRegistryKey::EnumerateKey

IRegistryKey::EnumerateValueKey

IRegistryKey::NewSubKey

IRegistryKey::QueryKey

IRegistryKey::QueryRegistryValues

IRegistryKey::QueryValueKey

IRegistryKey::SetValueKey

 

 

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