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Use the Registry Keys tab of the Edit Installer dialog box to specify what registry entries to create as part of the installation process. Use the tree on the left side of the tab to create, remove, and rename registry keys. Use the table on the right side of the tab to create, remove, and edit the values assigned to the selected key.
|Note You cannot add a new key directly under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, nor can you add a value to any of the hive keys.|
|Note For 64-bit distributions, LabWindows/CVI creates registry key entries in the 64-bit registry.|
The tree on the left lists the registry hives under which you can add registry keys. The context menu for the tree includes the following options:
|Note The key names that combine to make up the relative path for a key can have a maximum of 255 characters.|
|Note The exported file created by the Export Branch and Export All options is a Windows 9x/NT 4 Registration File (.reg), which can be imported by the Windows Registry Editor (regedit.exe) and the LabWindows/CVI Registry Keys Tab.|
The table on the right lists the name, type, and value of the selected registry key. The context menu for the table includes the following options:
|Note LabWindows/CVI truncates key values longer than 2048 characters.|
At installation time, these variables are replaced with the proper values before the value is created. Put quotes around items that might contain spaces to ensure that the value is created correctly.