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Roman Žuravljov

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    Noted  ·  12 comments  ·  Ideas » Compliance and settings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Roman Žuravljov commented  · 

    Unfortunately Integer does not always reflect bitness. When you you test Registry value for Integer and the value is REG_DWORD, everything is perfect. But if you try to write the non-existent value, the major headache begins - the registry value suddenly becomes REG_QWORD (especially on 64-bit systems) and 32-bit applications do not understand that. The simpliest example is Internet Explorer 32-bit that expects DWORD values and does not see QWORDs. DWORD and QWORD are both integers...

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    Roman Žuravljov commented  · 

    Sometimes when you need to implement GP item/setting as Compliance Item, you have to use different tools (sometimes 3rd party tools). Which is VERY far from convenient.

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