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Hi, I tried, in a normal user session, to enter registry by regedit, i ve got the answer that it was disabled by administrator.
as i can start the admin session, i would like to enable other users to use regedit
Thks for your help
Im not sure why you want people playing with the registry, but that is dangerous. Second only users with administrative privileges can access the registry. So any user that you want to access the registry you need to give them administrative rights. (NOT RECOMMENDED)