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How to Deploy an Application with User Settings (HKCU)

Purpose: How to Deploy an Application with User Settings (HKCU) in SCCM 2012

Many applications contain settings only for the current user (HKCU). There is no way to replicate these settings for the local machine (HKLM) as the program is designed to read the settings only from the current user registry or current user profile documents (%APPDATA%). Now in corporate environment, you can use group policies, logon scripts, and such to manage your user based settings. However, if you want to keep all of it in the SCCM, there is a way for you to do it.

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The theory behind changing a Workstation name in SCCM

Purpose: The theory behind changing a Workstation name in SCCM

There are multiple ways to change a workstation name in a Domain. Once you have used one of the ways and changed the workstation name, you might be interested to know what is required to do for the name to change in the listings of the SCCM console. One way is to wait for all the SCCM cycles to do their magic for you, but if you are in a hurry with it…

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