Setting a binary registry value to 1 results in value of 31. Setting the value to 0 results in a value of 30. I found that the unicode value for 1 is u0031 and unicode value for 0 is u0030 so I think there is a connection.
Here is what I am doing.
The value name is created correctly as a binary (also tried with type "none" - same result). How can I set the binary value to 1?
asked 11 Sep '12, 09:31
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In general, it is recommended to simply ship a .reg file and simply run
And then run
However, in this case it is also possible to use
answered 11 Sep '12, 09:46