This morning I got an email from Jon. You probably know Jon. Well, I didn’t before — but Jon was so kind to inform me about his new cool website about the Windows Registry. I “surfed” it and whooohoo - cool. Jon actually “mirrors” the registry on his website and lets you browse through the keys and subkeys explaining what those keys are for. While not all keys are explained yet, it definitely is a worth a look as you might want to search this database for your own ADM(X) template creation process - or just to see what a branch is for. You can also contact Jon if you wish to contribute to the site and fill it with information on registry branches. Community rocks! ;-)
I’m going to look into some explainations aboutÂ GP-related registry branches and keys so that the site gets filled with useful information — I like the concept of “browsing” the registry via the web.
You may also want to look at it: http://www.insidetheregistry.com/database/browse.asp