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GuillerminGo
Engaged Sweeper
Hi:

First of all, thanks in advance for the help.

I need to scan some registry keys under HKEY_CURRENT_USER, but I just realiced that the information stored on to the lansweeper database belongs to the user account configured in lansweeper server instead of the current logged user.

Is there any way to achive my goal using registry scanning?

I´m assuming that I wouldn´t be able to do it using either lsclient or lspush, since lsclient wont change anything and lspush doesn´t includes the registry scanning feature. I´m wrong?

I´ve seen here

http://www.lansweeper.com/changelog.aspx

that newer lansweeper versions fix some registry scanning problems? Is it true? Could an upgrade to a newer version help me to get rid of my problem?

Lansweeper versión: 4.2.0.54

Regards,Guillermo.

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GuillerminGo
Engaged Sweeper
thanks for the quick response.

We are going to upgrade to the latest version. I´ll give a feedback.

Best regards, Guillermo.
GuillerminGo wrote:
thanks for the quick response.

We are going to upgrade to the latest version. I´ll give a feedback.

Best regards, Guillermo.



solved.

After upgrading to the latest version, the problem is fixed.

thanks for the help!
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
Latest version 4.2.0.90 will fix this problem.