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    [Request] x32 x64 Registry Object

    I don't think this issue has been addressed, but I've noticed most of the registry objects I've tried (registry 2, Power Registry, Registry++)working with are only 32-bit. When a registry edit is called from MMF2 under a 64-bit version of Windows, registry edits are placed here:
    \Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVer sion\Policies\System\ ...and don't take effect. Sad.

    Here's a link to accessing the registry under a 64-bit OS:

    It'd also be nice including some kind of function for testing OS version. It's not a necessity, as the OS Info extension can determine whether a 32-bit or 64-bit OS is installed, but it'd be kinda nice keeping it all in one object, especially since ensuring registry compatibility essentially means doing twice the work.

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    Re: [Request] x32 x64 Registry Object


    Both me and Dines were able to make a MMF application which was checking which version of MMF software you got installed and is it on 32 or 64 bit operating system. So they work, but 64 bit OSes are more secured registry wise.

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