Repligator and the Registry

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Windows XP and Windows Vista require that user settings are saved in the registry. If you ever have problems with Repligator you may be asked to look in the registry. Only do this if you know what you are doing, it is a dangerous and delicate operation. Also only change Repligator's registry settings when Repligator is not running.

 

Below is a screenshot of the Repligator settings stored in the registry. The one we are ooking at here is whether or not logging is switched on, 0 means it is not, 1 means it is. Note that the screen shot below is for Repligator 14, it is the same for V18, but with 18 instead of 14

 

 

If you don't know how to get to the screen above you are certainly not qualified to change anything in the registry. If you do now how to get to the screen above you may be qualified to tangle with it.