Specify the registry key and value name to delete a registry value with its data. To delete the default value of registry key, do not specify the value name. When the registry value name is not specified, the default registry key value is deleted.
|Registry key||Specify the registry key that contains the value which needs to be deleted.|
|Value name||Specify the value name to delete the registry value with its data.|
|Browse||Use Registry browser to conveniently locate and select the necessary Windows registry key or value.|
|Variable Wizard||Use Variable Wizard for advanced data input, such as, taking parameter from file, connected Trigger, or other Action, etc.|
- The difference between running Automation Workshop 32 and 64-bit versions on 64-bit Windows is that some of Windows registry calls by 32-bit Automation Workshop are transparently redirected to locations under
\Wow6432Node, for example:
…if a registry call is made to access registry path:
…Automation Workshop 32-bit is redirected to location:
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