Writes a value to the registry.
Reads a value from the registry. If the value cannot be retrieved, the variable is made blank and ErrorLevel is set to 1. KeyName The full name of the registry key.
To access a remote registryprepend the computer name and a colon or [in v1. If there is no default value that is, if RegEdit displays "value not set"OutputVar is made blank and ErrorLevel is set to 1. Retrieve the path of the Program Files directory. SetRegView 64 ; Requires [v1.
This syntax is not recommended for use in new scripts. Use the new syntax instead.
ValueName The name of the value to retrieve. This command is able to throw an exception on failure. For more information, see Runtime Errors. ErrorLevel is set to 1 if there was a problem such as a nonexistent key or value or 0 otherwise.
Remarks Currently only the following value types are supported: If there are no components, OutputVar will be made blank. To retrieve and operate upon multiple registry keys or values, consider using a registry-loop.
For details about how to access the registry of a remote computer, see the remarks in registry-loop. To read and write entries from the bit sections of the registry in a bit script or vice versa, use SetRegView.AutoIt is a scripting language which is more powerful than batch scripting and can automate almost any kind of task in Windows.
Getting Started AutoIt is not a complex scripting language. RegEnumKey, RegEnumVal, RegRead, RegWrite Example #include Example () Func Example () ; Check if the registry key is already existing, so as not to damage the user's system.
Trying to get the value of this registry key using AutoIt and it keeps failing. My guess is it's due to the "," and/or "." in the key name, but I haven't been able to find any good info on this type of issue in the AutoIt docs or other Google searches.
Thus, creating an environment variable from AutoIt is as simple as creating a value for the appropriate registry key. For this purpose, two AutoIt functions must be used: RegWrite, to change the registry, and EnvUpdate, to propagate the changes.
Learn details about scripts in general, splitting long lines, compiling a script, passing command line parameters, codepage and debugging. Examples of the AutoIt scripts. Contribute to ellysh/autoit-examples development by creating an account on GitHub.