Win2K Registered Name Tags: Windows Last response: August 7, 2002 7:39 AM in Windows 2000/NT Share Wes July 26, 2002 6:35:26 AM On a new install of Win2K we made a typo on the name of the owner. How can we edit that name? More about : win2k registered jlanka July 26, 2002 7:56:12 AM probably this one: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\RegisteredOwner <i>It's always the one thing you never suspected.</i> Wes July 26, 2002 8:23:32 AM Opened Regedit and drilled down to CurrentVersion\ There isn't any reference to corrent owner. Any other ideas? Related resources Registered user's user name changed to "Anonymous" - Forum how can I change the registered name - Forum changing name on registered product - Forum Weird "Registered to" name - Forum Change Registered User Name - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer jlanka July 26, 2002 10:45:13 AM Not sure why you're not finding it. It's a string value inside CurrentVersion, not a subkey of CurrentVersion (i.e. click once on CurrentVersion, then look on the right pane) <i>It's always the one thing you never suspected.</i> Wes July 26, 2002 3:21:52 PM Because I'm a dummy and had never been there!!! Thanks for the help. Fixed now. tdean August 7, 2002 7:39:42 AM ....or you could have searched the registry for the name you did type and then modified it. ive done that before. ....the birds seemed to be calling him, thought caw.... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Changing Registered User Name on System screen Forum How do i change the name that is registered in XP Forum how to change name of registered owner and company? Forum - Can I modify the name WindowsXP is registered to? Forum AD dns name same as isp registered dns name Forum Changing the name in the "Registered to" Forum Ordering of Name Resolution on Win2K Server Forum changing domain name in clustered WIN2K Adv Forum Win2K Pro Setup stops at "Registers Components" Forum How to change computer name via register Forum Registering Windows w/ diff. name Forum More resources !