Editing the Registry
What is the difference between regedit and regedt32? My Sibex book says that, in XP Pro, typing the regedt32 command from the Run box will automatically redirect you to regedit. Is this true? What if one of the questions on the test asked which registry editor to use when editing the registry? Would it be regedit or regedt32? Thanks!
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