Each key under what you've specified is a Messenger ID for each user who's logged in. For
instance, if you use this tool on my site: http://messenger.jonathankay.com/msngrid.aspx
type in your own address (or another if you want), and you can see the exact "Messenger ID"
Feel free to remove them -- they'll just be re-generated when that user signs in again.
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"SuperSlueth" <SuperSlueth@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I have several pc's in a school with potential of 1500 students using them
> for msn.
> I'm trying to clean up the registry files, most of which i have written a
> script to do this.
> I have found that under the
> I have very many sub keys more than I would expect for just MSN use.
> What are these extra keys and is it safe to remove all the sub keys under
> this main key.
> Failing this is there a way to work out what sub keys are associated with
> users that have logged onto live MSN messenger.