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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out By default, the information stored in HKLM\SAM is inaccessible through Registry Editor. This is a security feature designed to help protect the security and integrity of the system.
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Browsing HKLM\SAM and HKLM\SECURITY As an administrator, you, like me, probably hate getting locked out of an area of the operating system, especially when you might be curious to know just what information is stored within these secret keys. If you want to browse the information in these subkeys, you can do this by running Regedit in the LocalSystem security context. As the LocalSystem, you have full access to these subkeys. However, you should only browse these subkeys. You should never try to make changes because this could cause serious damage to the computer. With that said, the easiest way to browse the Registry in the LocalSystem context is to start Regedit in interactive mode by using the scheduler service. Type the following:
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where HH:MM is a time slightly ahead of the current time. The at scheduler uses a 24-hour clock, so if it is currently 8:29 A.M., you could use a time of 08:30, or if it is 8:29 P .M., you could use a time of 20:30. Either way, you give the system just enough time to schedule and then run the task.
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HKLM\SECURITY stores security information for the local machine. It contains information about cached logon credentials, policy settings, service-related security settings, and default security values. It also has a copy of the HKLM\SAM. As with the HKLM\SAM subkey, this subkey is inaccessible through Registry Editor. This is a security feature designed to help protect the security and integrity of the system.
HKLM\SOFTWARE
HKLM\SOFTWARE stores machine-wide settings for every application and system component installed on the system. This includes setup information, executable paths, default configuration settings, and registration information. Because this subkey resides under HKLM, the information here is applied globally. This is different from the HKCU\ SOFTWARE configuration settings, which are applied on a per-user basis.
Managing the Registry As Figure 14-3 shows, you ll find many important subkeys within HKLM\SOFTWARE, including the following:
Classes Clients
Contains all file associations and OLE class identifiers. This is also the key from which HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT is built.
Stores information about protocols and shells used by every client application installed on the system. This includes the calendar, contacts, mail, media, and news clients. Contains information about every Microsoft application and component installed on the system. This includes their complete configuration settings, defaults, registration information, and much more. You ll find most of the graphical user interface (GUI) preferences in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion. You ll find the configuration settings for most system components, language packs, hot fixes, and more under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion.
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ODBC
Contains information about the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) configuration on the system. It includes information about all ODBC drives and ODBC file Data Source Names (DSNs). Contains information about local policies for applications and components installed on the system.
Policies
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Figure 14-3.
Accessing HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE in the Registry.
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HKLM\SYSTEM
HKLM\SYSTEM stores information about device drivers, services, startup parameters, and other machine-wide settings. You ll find several important subkeys within HKLM\SYSTEM. One of the most important is HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet, as shown in Figure 14-4.
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Figure 14-4. Accessing HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet in the Registry.
CurrentControlSet contains information about the set of controls and services used for the last successful boot of the system. This subkey always contains information on the set of controls actually in use and represents the most recent successful boot. The control set is written as the final part of the boot process so that the Registry is updated as appropriate to reflect which set of controls and services was last used for a successful boot. This is, in fact, how you can boot a system to the last known good configuration after it crashes or experiences a Stop error. HKLM\SYSTEM also contains previously created control sets. These are saved under the subkeys named ControlSet001, ControlSet002, and so forth. Within the control sets, you ll find four important subkeys:
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