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the registry-export name is currently hard-wired as "export", and the script needs to be run on the recipient machine to get the correct computer-name inserted. So, the basic steps would be: 1) copy your registry export over to the recipient, 2) copy the vbscript over to the recipient, 3) run the vbscript ON THE RECIPIENT, and 4) import the now-altered file "export" into the recipient's registry. There are also other ways, such as getting the target-computer's name onto the local machine as a variable, doctoring the export file using it, then exporting it to the remote machine.
The usage is simply:
When run on the secondary computer, the primary computer's name will be replaced (in file "export") with the secondary computer's name. hope this helps...