Registry Key Assignments

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The Registry Key Assignments document is now distributed as part of the Dynamic Configuration Pages (DCP) package. You access that built-in documentation using the F1 key in the DCP or the link displayed at the bottom of the DCP. This is distributed with every JNIOR.

If you do not have access to the DCP then your JNIOR needs to be updated.

I will try to maintain the current Registry document on our HoneyPot JNIOR which is located on the open network. Yes, this JNIOR is not behind a firewall or NAT router. I have placed the Registry documentation in the public file area on that unit. Here is the link:

http://honeypot.integpg.com/RegistryDoc.html

(Hint: Hold the Ctrl key when you click a link if you want it to open in a new tab.)

By the way, this Registry document is indexed and if you want to refer to a specific Key you can add it to the URL. For example if you want to see the documentation for the Device/Timezone Regsitry Key use the following custom link.

honeypot.integpg.com/RegistryDoc.html#device.timezone

Try it!
http://honeypot.integpg.com/RegistryDoc … e.timezone

And since this documentation is built into the DCP you can retrieve it from you own JNIOR. Just reference your JNIOR instead. Note that in this case since the DCP is not public you will have to log into your JNIOR.

http://[IP Address]/RegsitryDoc.html

I will try to keep the most current version of the document on the HoneyPot though. That since most JNIORs probably need to be updated (which is highly recommended).

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This post was written by Bruce Cloutier

October 27, 2017 3:20 pm