Working with Other Users’ Registry Files/Advanced Troubleshooting
Working on the Windows Registry shouldn’t ever be an overly difficult or arduous task, especially if it’s your own Registry, you need to make changes or troubleshoot a problem for the currently signed-in user, or you need to fix a hardware or general Windows issue. Sometimes, however, you might find that more than one person uses the same PC and you need to make changes to all of their accounts. You can’t rely on those other people being around and coming to sign in to the PC when you need them to so you can expedite your repair work.
It is possible, though, to work on ...