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Windows NT Registry and OpenVMS Infrastructure
Topic Area:
Track: Open VMS
Topic: Intergration w/Windows NT
Type:  Breakout Session

Schedule:
11/09/99   04:30 PM     Duration: 90 Min.     Room: 3

Presenter:
Brian Ota
Compaq Computer Corporation  

Abstract:
The Windows NT Registry is a single, system-wide, hierarchical database of configuration information about hardware and software. To allow OpenVMS and Windows NT to inter-operate, Compaq has provided a registry on OpenVMS. Like the Windows NT Registry, the OpenVMS registry is made up of two components: the OpenVMS Registry database and the OpenVMS Registry server. The OpenVMS Registry database is a system-wide or cluster-wide hierarchical database of configuration information. This information is stored in a database structure of keys and associated values. The OpenVMS Registry server controls all OpenVMS Registry operations, such as creating and backing up the OpenVMS Registry database, and creating, displaying, modifying, or deleting keys and values. The OpenVMS Registry is compatible with the Windows NT Registry. Windows NT client applications such as RegEdt32 can connect to and edit the OpenVMS Registry

Objectives:
Where the OpenVMS Registry fits into the OpenVMS NT Infrastructure
 
OpenVMS Registry interaction with other OpenVMS NT Infrastructure components
 
How to configure your OpenVMS Registry for cluster failover and how failover works  

Prerequisites for attendees:
none

Required Skill Level:
Introduction
For those entering a profession/changing technology base

                                                                                                                                                                           

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