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You can use PsExec to run a command in the System account. Example: Run Regedit interactively in the System account to view the contents of the SAM and SECURITY keys: psexec -i -d -s c:\windows\regedit.exe
For XP, the registry path is HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs You will see local explorer paths as well as internet URLs. This way, one can choose what to remove.
This Powershell script will read Task Scheduler's Event Log and export to CSV Task Name, Start Date, Finish Date and Duration for all tasks that were launched. Then, you can feed this data to your spreadsheet of choice and build a GANTT diagram. Requirements: PowerShell 2.0 Windows Server 2008\Vista Script accepts following arguments: Computers: array ...
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