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Hewlett-Packard will apparently need close to two months to start fulfilling backorders for the (temporarily) revived Touch Pad tablet."It will take 6-8 weeks to build enough HP Touch Pads to meet our current commitments, during which time your order will then ship from this stock with free ground shipping," read an email sent to customers and reprinted in a Sept. "You will receive a shipping notification with a tracking number once your order has shipped." HP originally acquired web OS as part of its takeover of Palm in 2010.
However, sales of its Touch Pad proved anemic, and HP made the decision to end the tablet's life after a mere six weeks on the market.Fortunately, there is another way that will immediately update all profiles (including the DEFAULT profile) and I wrote a vbscript to make it easier.The source code (vbscript) is available here: https://github.com/Micks Mix/Reg Update All Users CHANGELOG It’s a bit of a tedious job, so I wrote a VBScript that takes care of all of the steps listed above.This script has been tested on Windows XP and Windows 7 (x64), but should work on Windows 2000 and newer.It relies on “reg.exe” which ships with all versions of Windows.Have you ever needed to read or update a registry key that is stored in each user’s HKEY_CURRENT_USER or HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT hive?
Have you also ever needed to read or update it for ALL users on the system, as well as make it the default setting when a new user profile is created? One solution is to add the registry key update to the user’s logon script.
UPDATE: As a commenter pointed out, an alternative solution is to use the built-in “Active Setup” functionality which can run a script the next time each user logs in, under that user’s context.
In most scenarios, I believe this will be the best method for updating registry settings on a per-user basis. the technique described in this post is very useful for when you need to read from each user’s registry settings (or write to) immediately and cannot wait for the next time a user logs onto the system.
In order to clear out inventory, the manufacturer sliced the starting price to $99, which sparked a surge of consumer interest.
In the wake of that, HP made the decision to revive the line for a limited time.
In addition, HP plans on dividing its web OS arm into two separate units reporting to different areas of the company, according to two leaked memos that have made their way onto the Web.