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meKahoona
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HPSA Version 9 Registry Settings

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HP Elitebook 840 G6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Recently our environment has been replacing some of our older Elite books with the newer G6  versions.  With the older versions HPSA installed a version 8 and we have a way to control these through GPO's and registry settings.  Now it looks like these systems are getting version 9, which does not seem to have the same registry settings.  Is there a way to control Version 9 like in Version 8?  We are planning on manually creating some of these settings on a test system, but wanted to get this question out to see if anyone has any ideas

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Dragon-Fur
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@meKahoona 

 

I don't know the answer to this.

 

An Observation:

HPSA V9.x is an application (from the Microsoft Store ) and (is) not software that is loaded into Programs and Features.

 

I believe - based on possibly erroneous assumptions - that any in-built controls are part of the application.

 

The outward controls available to the user in the 9.x application are presented in a different format.

 

At least from the user's perspective, the intent and most of the tools, though presented differently in the "modern" GUI, work in about the same manner.

 

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