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Part VIII: Appendixes > Copying a Registry Key from One Computer to Another

Copying a Registry Key from One Computer to Another

You easily can copy a registry key, its subordinate subkeys, and the values in those subkeys to a file, and subsequently copy the information in that file into another computer's registry.

Caution

The information given here is based on the assumption that the source and target computers are using the same operating system (such as Windows 98) and the same version of Outlook (such as Outlook 2000). There are differences between the detailed structure of the registry in Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, and Windows 2000. Also, there are differences between the directory keys created when you install the various versions of Outlook.



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