The Windows 2000 Registry is the repository for all hardware, software, and application configuration settings, and this is the system administrator's guide to maintaining, monitoring, and updating the Registry database. The book addresses four main areas: what is the Registry?; where does it live on disk?; how do system services access and use it?; and what do you do if it's damaged or corrupted?. Every 2000 administrator faces questions like this, often in a desperate attempt to fix something that's broken.
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Author Biography - Paul Robichaux
Paul Robichaux is an experienced software developer and author and the principal of Robichaux and Associates, Inc. He has worked on Unix, Macintosh, and Win32 development projects over the past eight years, including a stint on Intergraph's OLE team. He is the author of Managing the Windows NT Registry and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server.