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The key HKLM\SECURITY contains Windows XP security data. You normally can't see the contents of this key, but you can give the Administrators group permission to read it so that you can examine it. The section "SAM," on the facing page, shows you how to do that. The SECURITY key contains the subkey SAM. It also contains the subkey Policies. This subkey defines local, non registry based policies for the computer. The key Policies\Accounts has one subkey for each SID in the local security database. Each SID contains four subkeys: 355
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ActSysAc. This subkey defines the SID's operating system access allowed. Privilgs. This subkey defines the SID's privileges. SecDesc. This subkey contains the SID's security descriptor. Sid. This subkey defines the groups to which the SID belongs.
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The key HKLM\SOFTWARE is second in interest only to HKCU\Software. It contains per computer software settings, including many Windows XP settings. Because Windows XP and most applications store settings as per user settings, this branch is a bit slimmer than HKCU \Software, but it still contains numerous settings that are useful for customization. The types of settings you find in HKLM\SOFTWARE are typically those that an administrator defines. Because HKLM\SOFTWARE contains per computer settings, any changes you make here affect all users who log on to the computer. Also, restricted users don't have permission to change settings in HKLM. The key HKLM\SOTWARE is organized similarly to the way HKCU\Software is organized. Applications store settings in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Vendor\Program\Version\. Vendor is the name of the program's publisher, Program is the name of the program, and Version is the program's version number. Often, Version is CurrentVersion. This branch also contains a handful of subkeys that don't follow this organization. For example, HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies contains per computer policies. The sections following this one describe the most interesting and useful parts of HKLM\SOFTWARE.
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The key HKLM\CLASSES contains per computer file associations. This key contains the vast majority of file associations, as opposed to HKCU\Classes, which contains per user file associations. Windows XP merges both subkeys to form HKCR. Appendix A, "File Associations," describes HKCR in detail.
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The key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Clients defines the client programs that Internet Explorer associates with different Internet services. You configure these clients on the Programs tab of the Internet Options dialog box, shown in Figure C 2. For example, you can choose the mail client that Internet Explorer uses when you click a mailto link, or you can choose the news client to use when you click a news link. These choices also determine the programs that Internet Explorer launches when you choose one of the tools on the Tools menu.
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Figure C 2: You associate client programs with Internet services by using the Programs tab. The Clients key contains six subkeys by default: Contacts, Internet Call, Mail, Media, News, and StartMenuInternet. The default value of each subkey specifies the name of the application that is the default tool for that category. For example, if the default value of HKLM\SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail is Outlook Express, then Outlook Express is the default mail client that Internet Explorer starts when you click a mailto link. Drill down a bit further and you find one subkey for each client program. For example, Clients\Mail contains the Hotmail, MSN Explorer, and Outlook Express subkeys. The organization of these subkeys is almost the same as the organization of the subkeys in HKCR. Typically, you find the subkeys Protocols and shell under each client program's subkey. The subkey Protocols defines the protocols associated with the application. For example, the key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail\Outlook Express\Protocols describes the command to run when users click a mailto link on a Web page. The subkey shell defines the command to run when users choose an option on Internet Explorer's Tools menu. The subkey HKLM \SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail\Outlook Express\shell describes the command to run when users click Tools, Mail And News, Read Mail in Internet Explorer.
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