The solution is simple to connect to a Remote Registry in Regedit, the how to is for Windows 10, Windows 8.1 plus seven. And also for Server 2012 & 2016.
Please start the Registry Editor by executing regedit, or regedit.exe from Run-Command Dialog in Windows.
if you need help: See how to open Registry Editor .
In the File menu at the top of the Registry Editor window and then choose the Option Connect Network Registry....
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More information on: view registry over a network on technet.microsoft.com!
See also: ► Windows 10 doesn't have a registry editor ► registry autostart entries for auto run!
Warning! Incorrectly editing in the registry may severely damage your Windows-OS system.
FAQ 16: Updated on: April 24th 2018 11:28