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Hello, I'm try to retrieve information from the registry on client workstations. I have read a few guides and sucessfully used RegKeyToMOFv3_R2 for a previous task however this time around I would like to report on data within HKey_Current_User. By default the RegKeyToMOFv3_R2 application targets HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. Does anyone know if the output can simply be edited to the HKCU location? Many thanks, Andy
Hey Guys / Niall - I recently wrote and compiled a script which when executed on a workstation, will write a few registry strings to a custom key within the registry. The goal of this script is to inventory this data using SCCM. I think the issue I'm having is that by design, the script writes these values into a key which is named after the currently logged in user therefore is dynamic per system. I've tried using RegKeytoMOF and have looked at many pages like this one for how to add classes to inventory by editing MOF files, but haven't had luck. When using RegKeytoMOF and sel
Hello, I'm fairly new to modifying the MOF file in SCCM to extend the hardware inventory. I've used it once to collect specific key/string values using RegKeyToMof in the past. I'm looking to collect the string names and values for an unknown set of strings in a specific location in the registry and I'm uncertain on how to do so. My specific use case is to collect HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce. These keys control what software is loaded at start-up and could have any number of string names and values.