• Subject: CA400 on Win/NT - setting up connections
  • From: peteh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Pete Hall)
  • Date: Mon, 10 Nov 1997 20:28:24 -0600
  • In-Reply-To: <cBGB%a=Infonet%p=Tengizchevroil%l=TENGIZCHEV/KZSITE01/000A54BD@kz-tz-hv-msx01.tengizchevroil.com>

>> Secondly, has anyone got a clue as to exactly where the connection
information is being stored? <<

Dave,

I think it's similar to win95, so maybe this will help. Run REGEDIT and
search for IBM. You'll find it (I think) in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE.
The entire HKEY_CURRENT_USER section is replaced based on the current
user. In order to get anything registered for every user, you need to
get it into HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. The only problem with this is, if the
software doesn't look for it there, it won't work. You can build a
registry import file that will configure almost everything. Just go
through the registry and export everything that you want in your
standard configuration, then combine the exports into a single .reg file
and START it to import.

hth
Pete


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 - Pete Hall peteh@earth.inwave.com
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