Backup & Restore
Install & Setup
The Windows 2000 Registry
|For those new to Windows 2000, the Registry is where the Operating System stores most of
its configuration data. Almost everything you do in the Windows 2000 GUI, is ultimately translated into an entry in
the Registry. Fortunately, Microsoft allows Administrators the capability to edit the Registry directly to fine tune parameters and make some custom tweaks. On the down side, haphazard edits to the Registry is the surest way we know to cripple a perfectly good system.
DO NOT edit the Registry if you don't know what you're doing. And always back it up first. You've been warned.
|About.com - Focus on NT - Registry Info
Additional articles and Utilities for editing the Registry
JSI and Windows NT Magazine
Huge resource of Windows NT Tips, Tricks, Registry Hacks and more...
Another great index of Registry hacks.
Wayne's Registry Index
A large index of various Registry tips listed alphabetically. Very useful
An excellent page with tricks, tips and tweaks for Windows 95/98/NT
A - RAS Registry Values
When you install the Remote Access Service on a Windows NT Server computer, the Setup program adds
the Remote Access key to the Windows NT Registry. The Remote Access key and its subkeys contain parameters specific to
Remote Access. This appendix tells you
how to modify Remote Access parameters in the Registry.
Registry Values for Process Control Parameters
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 296930 - You can manually manipulate the Process Control service registry values for administrative functions or for troubleshooting purposes. This article describes the parameters for the Process Control service components that are stored in the
following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ProcCon\Parameters
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