In addition to permissions issues and
32 vs 64 bit issues. I've had trouble with
WScrip.Shell on Win7. I don't know if that's
a known problem, but I found with one script
that WScript.shell simply didn't work, while the
same operation using WMI StdRegProv did work.
I can't explain it. I just switched to WMI for
> I have several maintenance automation scripts in place for servers in our
> domain. We have noticed that several of the scripts are incapable of
> or writing to the Windows 2008 Server registry. Does anyone know of an
> workaround or a solution to this issue?