Wildcard folder in the registry

This is a general Windows question but the OS I am tyring to do it on is XP.
I have a registry key located :
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\DNSRegisteredAdapters\{44BBB58A-2978-41DC-A166-CDDE5F11B715} (Inside there the PrimaryDomainName key which I will be accessing)
The last bit in brackets is unique as far as I can tell on a per machine basis.

What I want to do is specify that path but with a wildcard basically say whatever sub folder is in \DNSRegisterAdapters\ (ie .....\DNSRegisteredAdapters\*****\) add the key PrimaryDomainName is in the ***** directory. Is there any way to specify a wildcard for that?
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    In a way, you can do a vbscript that searches the key and does something in each place it finds that meets your criteria.

    I'm sure there are other methods, this is the one I know about.
  2. Best answer selected by Snipergod87.
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