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Windows 7 64 bit checking domain membership

geom_
Occasional Contributor

Windows 7 64 bit checking domain membership

Trying to use the host check to check domain membership on some 64 bit Windows 7 computers via the tcp/ip registry keys listed {here} but it doesn't seem to be working. These particular clients seem to not be detected as being in the domain when in fact they have and I have check the registry key myself.

Found {this}, but I wonder if its related or not. Anyone else having any success?

Thanks...

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zanyterp_
Respected Contributor

Re: Windows 7 64 bit checking domain membership

That is correct. x64 registry checks are not supported by Host Checker.

With that said, if you list out the path to the key in the x64 hive (HKLM\System\WOW64node\rest_of_path) this should work.

You would then check for this either in the same rule and allow any (or custom) set to pass or in multiple policies using evaluate on the realm (anything that is x32 or x64) and enforce on the role and enable any one matching in the restriction

geom_
Occasional Contributor

Re: Windows 7 64 bit checking domain membership

So what would the redirected wow64 path be for domain key in tcp/ip->parameters?

Is there any other way to check a file or something for domain membership on a system to avoid the registry issues?

Thanks