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by mramad / November 15, 2006 9:44 PM PST

Is there any other way to adjust peap settings??
such as registry modifications??Any hints?

i think these settings are stored in the following path at registry


but this is the problem cz this ID differs from a device to another

is there a way to create an exportable registry entry that will extract
values(settings) to what ever interfaceID???

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by mramad / November 15, 2006 10:45 PM PST
In reply to: Yup. Link to example.

thanks for ur reply
but i cant see how this help , can u plz further explain to me
thank u very much

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You posted in the coding forum.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 16, 2006 3:59 AM PST
In reply to: registry

Which means you were looking for code examples. The example is the basics of registry work from your code. I feel this is the answer to your post.

Maybe you need to clarify your post. For instance some will post looking for a "click here" application rather than an example they can modify the code and get to where they need to be.

i.e. I take it that you are a programmer, not an user.


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by mramad / November 16, 2006 5:41 AM PST

thank u again .. no im not a programmer
im a network engineer , plz can u point me how to extarct a registry value to what so ever interfaceID in the path
or extract to all subkey under interfaces??

i do appreciate ur help

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Too far off topic but such is just a command line away.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 16, 2006 5:47 AM PST
In reply to: prog

REGEDIT that comes with XP does have an export command. Since this is a programming forum I'll leave it there that this command does have this capability. Any IT staffer with about a year's experience should be able to export the registry tree or item so just ask your IT staffer to help you out. Or hit the books on how to script such a thing.

Let me be clear that I will not be providing the exact syntax but will point to code examples and the commands you would use.


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by mramad / November 16, 2006 6:43 AM PST

i know that winXP comes with export command ,ur not getting me right ,
the values i want are in this directory
so when i export this tree , it will export it with this specific interface id ({5A2AD9E1-0F41-4DBC-9876-E2B84F25636D}) and when u import it in to other pc u will have -mostly- different interface id and a "cant import" error message will come up
so i want a way to import these values to any Innterface ID may resides in the target pc or to all subkeys under the key "interfaces" and the problem will be solved
i hope u got me right this time

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 16, 2006 7:36 AM PST
In reply to: reg

You can use the usual tools to create the subkeys as needed. I fear you are looking for a click here solution such as an user would need and not what level I'll discuss. This is a coding and scripting forum so you need to dive in either on google or other books to learn how to use the tools. I don't duplicate manuals, books or ready web content.

But you are close. You just need to apply yourself.


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by steve749 / November 16, 2006 11:35 AM PST
In reply to: reg

I think this may be getting into some specific DLLs being registered which if someone doesn't have them then you'll just be exchanging one error for another I think.


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