App-V: Don’t use WMI for querying virtual registries.


It is important to understand that the virtual registry is designed for virtualization of an application’s registry and it facilitates it through the interception of standard Win32 registry APIs. These APIs (i.e. RegOpenKeyEx, RegEnumKeyEx,  RegEnumValue,  RegCreateKeyEx, etc.) I have, from time to time, dealt with alleviating confusion with how to access the virtual registry. I […]

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