Re: Bug in the HP Device Manager applying registry values (266 Views)
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vgernyc
Posts: 102
Registered: ‎10-25-2010
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Bug in the HP Device Manager applying registry values

I noticed that the latest version of the HP Device Manager can't add/delete/modify "(Default)" registry values.

 

I tried to add some Citrix Online Plugin values and the main ones I need are called "(Default)" and need them set to "2" so I'm not prmpted what I want to do with Drive Redirection, etc.

 

What HP Device Manager Does is if I import a Reg file, the (Default) values are renamed to the same name as their parent key and then placed in the root key listed in the reg file.

 

If I manaually add the (Default) value, then a duplicate is made and the original is left intact.

 

Please correct this!

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gutenxu
Posts: 17
Registered: ‎05-06-2012
Message 2 of 4 (443 Views)

Re: Bug in the HP Device Manager applying registry values

Please set the value name to empty.

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AmeriAces
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Registered: ‎12-11-2013
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Re: Bug in the HP Device Manager applying registry values

I am experiencing the exact same issue. Build version 4.4.3610.14217.

 

I am leaving the value name blank and adding the value data I wish to use and instead of keeping the default value it's copying the key name I'm creating the default value for and creating a value with that name in the root key.

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AmeriAces
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎12-11-2013
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Re: Bug in the HP Device Manager applying registry values

FYI - The work around I used, in case anyone could use it.

 

I used a work around by issuing a REG ADD command with the /ve switch which sets the default value for a key.

 

Example:

 

REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Citrix\ICA Client\Client Selective Trust\oidIntranetRegionIcaAuthorizationDecision\MicrophoneAndWebcamSecurityPermission" /ve /d 2 /f

 

Using this command I was able to set the session security for Microphone and Webcam to full access for the Citrix Receiver client on a 32 bit machine.

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