Use this task sequence condition to verify that the specified Windows registry key exists and/or has the specified values on a destination computer.
The following settings can be configured for this condition:
- Root Key
- One of the following four root key values provided in the
- The specific registry key that should be evaluated on a destination computer. This is a required field.For example: Software\Microsoft\Outlook Express
- The operator that Configuration Manager 2007 will use when
evaluating the value of the value type. The default condition is
equals. There are eight operators:
- Not exist
- Not equals
- Greater than
- Greater than or equals
- Less than
- Less than or equals
Note The condition exists is used to evaluate whether the value name is valid on the destination computer. When this operator is selected, the Value type and Value fields are disabled.
- Value Type
- One of the following three value types of the Value name for
the specified registry key that should be evaluated on a
- Value Name
- The value name for the specified registry key that should be evaluated on a destination computer.For example: HTTP Mail EnabledThis setting is optional.
- The value of the value name for the specified registry key that should be evaluated on a destination computer.For example: 1If you select exists as a condition, this field is disabled. This setting is optional.