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Silently import .reg file in your Windows registry

To add a .reg file silently to your Windows registry, you can use the regedit command. As almost always, the /s parameter is for silent and /q for quiet.

regedit /s your-key.reg

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1 thought on “Silently import .reg file in your Windows registry”

  1. Michael Pollard

    It’s not entirely silent, as it asks for administrator approval. I want to use this in a login script for computers that are not joined to the domain.

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