4 Replies Latest reply on Apr 3, 2013 6:34 PM by David Di Blasio

    How do I check for " in a registry value?

    bill prentice

      In a recent security audit we had several findings on the workstations involving services that did not have double quotes around the path. IOW, c:\program files\program\executable instead of "c:\program files\program\executable".

       

      I have the registry files built and test for all of these but I am having trouble with the package definition. When I crate the Installed Rule and include the double quotes I get an error stating C is an unknown token. If I put the value as defined in the registry file ("\"C:\\program files\\program\\executable\"") I get the same message but for the character \.

       

      I thought of adding a second value to indicate it had been installed but I need to have this be more than a one time fix - if the program path registry value gets updated with no quotes I need to set it back to quotes.

       

      HELP!