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Remove a registry key or entry

Lets you delete a registry entry or a registry key from Windows Registry.

Property Name Data Type Description
Access regaccess Request access to the 32-bit or 64-bit Windows Registry view. Please refer to the paragraph entitled Accessing an Alternate Registry View. Default is regaDefault
Ident String The named entry within the registry key. For example AppPath. Leave this field blank to remove a registry key.
Key String The key name of the registry entry. Like SOFTWARE\My App.
RemoveSubKeysIdents Boolean If true, all subkeys will be removed too.
RootKey hkKeys The base key of your registration entry. There is a defined set of Base Keys from which you can choose in the list box.

To remove a registry key, just leave the Ident field blank.

You can use this custom action for the uninstaller in order to remove additional registry entries or keys.

Be careful when using this custom action, especially if RemoveSubKeysIdents is set to True.

RemoveSubKeysIdents is not available if Access is different from regaDefault.

All available actions