For things like this, it really helps to know the exact path in RegEdit where you want the values to be set on a 32bit system and where on a 64bit system, then I can work from there to define the right actionscript to use.
I’m going to need a lot more information to understand this.
32bit windows or 64bit windows?
What is the registry location it set the value in?
On a 32bit windows system it should have set it in
On a 64bit windows system it should have set it in
To have it be set in
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\FeatureControl\FEATURE_DISABLE_IE11_SECURITY_EOL_NOTIFICATION on a 64 bit system (which is the 64 bit registry) then you must use
If you want a registry value to be set in the 32bit registry on a 32bit system, and the 64bit registry on a 64 bit system, then use
If you want a registry value to be set in the 32bit registry on both, then use
I think there may be some confusion of terms:
- this is the 32bit registry on a 64bit system:
- this is the 64bit registry on a 64bit system:
- this is the 32bit registry on a 32bit system:
To add to the confusion, when a 32bit app on a 64bit system reads from the registry, it attempts to read
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE but it silently gets redirected to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node … this means when you ask a 32bit app where it stores it’s registry values, it will tell you they are here:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE when they are actually stored here: