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#1 was_jaclaz

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Posted 20 August 2006 - 08:42 AM

In no particular order:
http://blume.atspace.com/toolsen.html
http://regshot.blog....om/regshot.html
http://tp.lc.ehu.es/jma/win95.html
http://www.ctuser.net/
http://www.diamondcs...p?page=products
http://www.eytcheson.com/products.htm
http://www.databack4...c/rtkf_eng.html
http://www.geocities...s/Software.html
http://www.regxplor.com/other.html
http://aluigi.alterv...org/mytoolz.htm
http://copyhandler.c...hp?page=ch1desc
http://marcstern.tripod.com/adminnt/
http://www.ccengine.com/downloads.asp
http://www.mchorse.com/nttools.htm

On each of the above pages there is at least one useful utility or tool (Registry or System related).

Enjoy!

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Posted 20 August 2006 - 02:19 PM

Another one with a number of VERY interesting proggies:
http://web.comhem.se...658/w32apps.htm

@Nuno
When you have time, have a look at this, most probably there is something here that might be useful for some of the ongoing projects.

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Posted 20 August 2006 - 09:45 PM

The size of each command line app is really good (2~23Kb)..

This is my favourite:

strarc.zip - 22.6 KB - compiled 2006-06-27 - A console backup/archive tool for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003. It uses the same backup methods as the ntbackup or robocopy programs and thus backs up all information and meta data on an NTFS volume. The main difference is that strarc is free and open source and produces stream archives you can store on tapes, disks or anywhere else or it can create the archive stream to stdout so that it can be compressed easily using stream compression tools like gzip or bzip2. The command line switches and parameters are quite similar to the *nix tar utility and it can easily be used to clone an entire NTFS volume including everything, files, directories, their time stamps, attributes and security information, compression attribute, alternate data streams, junctions, hard links etc. With this new 0.1.3 release it is even possible to backup the registry database files of a running Windows system. An information file called strarc.txt describing usage and including how-tos and other documentation is included in this zip file. The documentation is also available here.


Could likely be a good tool for using in SDI images or drive backups by command line.. :P

Excellent site! :P

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Posted 21 August 2006 - 09:23 AM

I KNEW you would have liked it! :P

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Posted 03 March 2010 - 10:36 PM

I KNEW you would have liked it! :exclamation:

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digging around in archives i found regxplor_full.exe
:exclamation:



http://www.regxplor.com/index.html
http://www.regxplor....conditions.html
http://www.regxplor....gxplor_full.exe

seems to remind me of functionality discussed in this topic : The Registry as a filesystem!, (as expected) and MORE!

the look of both is a similar sort of thing

just that regfs is using r:\\
and the regxplor create its own shell (clsid?) thing

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Posted 04 March 2010 - 09:58 AM

the look of both is a similar sort of thing

just that regfs is using r:\\
and the regxplor create its own shell (clsid?) thing


AFAICU they are completely different.

Try building an XPCLI:
http://www.boot-land...?...17&hl=xpcli
(without internal Registry support)
and see if regxplor works in it, but I doubt it :exclamation:, it seems more like an integrator of regedit inside Explorer.

In other words, the regfs exposes the Registry as a filesystem (and you can explore it with any file manager or from command line) whilst regxplor should be just an explorer specific addon. :exclamation:

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 12:46 PM

AFAICU they are completely different.


;)

Try building an XPCLI:
http://www.boot-land...?...17&hl=xpcli
(without internal Registry support)
and see if regxplor works in it, but I doubt it <_<, it seems more like an integrator of regedit inside Explorer.


i have some revived interest in building xp-CLI + firadisk ,

.. any way maby adding MSExplorer.rar
(from this topic) to XPCLI
will get regxplor working ?

In other words, the regfs exposes the Registry as a filesystem (and you can explore it with any file manager or from command line) whilst regxplor should be just an explorer specific addon. :wodoo:

Wonko


tho it seems regfs may be better suited for a more minimal build ( + avoiding software bloat )

thanx for chiarimenti !
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