Creating Current User Registry Keys in a SCCM Package


We were asked recently about how to use a SCCM package to amend current user registry keys (HCU).

To be honest, we didn’t really know, HCU registry changes have always been a bit of a nightmare to manage.

However, we started to have a look around and found an excellent guide on how to carry this out using a mixture of PowerShell, Windows batch file and a Windows registry file. The guide on how to carry this out is below:

Writing Current User registry keys in SCCM as System

Thanks to these guys for this guide, we have used it ourselves and tested it and it works a treat.


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