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Specifies options to use when creating a registry key.
This enumeration supports a bitwise combination of its member values.
public enum class RegistryOptions
[System.Flags] public enum RegistryOptions
[System.Flags] [System.Serializable] public enum RegistryOptions
[<System.Flags>] type RegistryOptions =
[<System.Flags>] [<System.Serializable>] type RegistryOptions =
Public Enum RegistryOptions
A non-volatile key. This is the default.
A volatile key. The information is stored in memory and is not preserved when the corresponding registry hive is unloaded.
You can create a registry key that is available only in memory and that will not be persisted when the computer is restarted. This is known as a volatile key. You can specify that you want to create a volatile or non-volatile key by using the RegistryKey.CreateSubKey method overloads that take an