Windows 7 Registry Domain User Read

  tallboy 11:00 24 Dec 2014
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I have just purchased two Integral Flash Drives with built-in hardware Encryption. However, when I try to set them up, the set up fails. The manual for them says the following (which probably applies to me as I have imaged my system):

When computers are imaged they sometime get there permissions striped out which will make your AES Drive to fail. The following registry entrees need to be set to Domain User Read: HKEYLOCALMACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices HKEYLOCALMACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Disk

I have looked in the Registry using RegEdit, but I can't see any reference to Domain User Read. How do I set these two entries to Domain User Read?

Thanks

Tallboy

  northumbria61 12:23 24 Dec 2014

tallboy - Like you, I can't see how to change the Registry when navigating to those entries. I am not certain but it could be just referring to giving yourself FULL permissions. Using RegEdit right click on HKEYLOCALMACHINE and from the drop down list choose Permissions.

  northumbria61 12:25 24 Dec 2014

OR there may be something Here

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