When Proc Mon opens, you will need to add a condition as follows: Then again click the add button.
Once the two rules have been added, you can go ahead and click ok.
In Windows Server 2008, Microsoft released a group policy extension called Group Policy Preferences — GPP. e., to add keys, items and their values, as well as delete or change them. Suppose, that we need to disable automatic driver update in a certain OU on all PCs by modification of Search Order Config key in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Driver Searching branch of the registry.
There are two ways to set a register key on target computers: using a registry browser integrated in the GPP console on remote computers or manually by selecting the branch and the key. On the remote PCs, this browser allows to select keys only from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and HKEY_USERS branches. In Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 (no longer supported), there is no GPP section in the policy editor, and consequently, it is not applied.
The first thing you will want to do is go and get yourself a copy of Proc Mon from the Sys Internals website.
Registry preference items allow you to create, update, replace, and delete keys and values (including name, type, and data) in the Windows registry.
The settings the majority of applications and a lot of Windows tweaks are not subject to centralized management using Group Policy (GPO), but often these settings can be configured in the registry.
In this article, we’ll consider how to centrally add, modify and delete register keys on the domain computers using Group Policies.
The behavior of the preference item varies with the action selected and whether the registry key or value already exists.
Delete and recreate a registry value or key for computers or users.