File & Registry Virtualization in Windows 10

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  1. Alas I just ran into this but note that importing a .reg file to LOCAL_MACHINE doesn’t write the update to the Virtual Registry; as a result the Virtual Registry now stands in disagreement with LOCAL_MACHINE; I wonder how you’re supposed to resolve conflicts where VirtualStoreMACHINE is not equal to LOCAL_MACHINE. Generally the idea behind MACHINE settings are that they’re global, should apply to all users and processes that need access to them… This logic effectively defeats that functionality.

  2. Where do you get this program “Re-registry Virtualization”? There is no link and I can ot find it.
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    respond to this message at once.

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