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Access Windows Registry from Applet

 
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Guys, please help me out! Does anyone know how to access windows registry from an applet, yes i know it will be a signed applet.. but can anyone help me in this.. of how to go about it?
Thanks a ton in advance..
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The new Properties API in JDK 1.4.1 writes all the properties to the windows registry. That seems the easiest way to me. There is a great tutorial/article in the September newsletter.
 
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Hi,
Thanks for the reply, but preference object seems to be good for storing information in the registry and reading that information, but what i need is to read existing information from the registry.. basically i need to know where a particular software is installed.. any suggestions for the same??
Thanks a lot again..
Cheers!!
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