If Registry


This command determines whether a Windows Registry Key or Value exists or does not exist.



Script Editor > Expand Logic Category > If Registry



If Registry

This section consists of two parts. Select either registry value or registry key. Then select the If Exists or Does not Exist option. The macro determines if the registry key or value exists or does not exist on the computer.




Select the registry path. Either type in the full path or click on the Browse button to navigate to the key or value needed.



Note: ALL registry commands (except the registry read and If Registry commands) REQUIRE full Read/Write access to the registry in those parts that the user is wishing to modify. This is only an issue with versions of Windows where security permissions can be set. The system administrator is responsible for these settings as we do not have the ability to modify them.