mrstorey303
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Methods to Capture Registry and Profile Changes

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Newbie question here:

Can anyone explain the easiest way to identify registry settings / profile changes for settings that can’t be captured using the application profiler?

For example - I know I can use the app profiler to monitor an application executable and capture the config changes I make within the app, but how can I easily identify things like Windows OS changes - changes like ‘enable file name extensions’ and ‘hidden files’ in Windows Explorer?  (BTW I have tried monitoring explorer.exe with app profiler, but the profiling session immediately terminates - so I suspect it’s not designed for processes like that).

Perhaps I can google around for these settings, but I just wondered if there were some good tools or processes you are using to capture changes like these, so I can configure them within UEM.

Thanks in advance.

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ijdemes
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Hi mrstorey303​,

There are several tools you can use. I always use a combination of the following.

VMware UEM Application Profiler

Regshot

ProcMon

Does this answer your question?


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ijdemes
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Hi mrstorey303​,

There are several tools you can use. I always use a combination of the following.

VMware UEM Application Profiler

Regshot

ProcMon

Does this answer your question?


\\ Ivan
---
Twitter: @ivandemes
Blog: https://www.ivandemes.com

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mrstorey303
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Great, thanks!  Regshot looks ideal - will give it a try.

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