This command uses the same syntax as the regdelete command,
but places a call to Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection before launching the
64-bit version of
regedit to edit the registry, allowing you to use the 64-bit
registry available on 64-bit machines.
This command deletes a registry key value of the given name. If the value doesn’t already exist, this command will fail and all subsequent commands will not be executed.
regdelete64 <key> <value-name>
key is the name of the key and
value-name is the name of the value in
the registry key you wish to delete.
NeverShowExt value from the
ShellScrap registry key.
regdelete64 "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\ShellScrap]" "NeverShowExt"
This command is Windows-only. It will cause an action script to terminate on a Unix agent.
If the specified key doesn't already exist, it will be created by this command.