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Editing client side registry

AnuSumesh
P: 96
Hi,

One of our customer has following requirement:
When user login to web site, some key should be added to client side registry and when he logs off, then that key should be deleted from registry.

I know that editing client side registry is not safe but our client has this requirement.

Can anyone please help me how can we edit client registry?

Regards,
Anu
Mar 5 '09 #1
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acoder
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You could probably use a browser-specific solution. Which browser will the client be using?
Mar 5 '09 #2

AnuSumesh
P: 96
I want the solution for IE browser and XP SP3 OS.
Mar 6 '09 #3

acoder
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In that case, look into an ActiveX solution. I don't have much experience in this area, but you could look at the documentation to see if you can find anything. Note that it you will need to change the security settings or sign the script.
Mar 6 '09 #4

acoder
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I think the RegWrite method should help solve the problem.
Mar 6 '09 #5

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