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Questiondata clustering Pin
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Dave Kreskowiak8-May-21 12:22
mveDave Kreskowiak8-May-21 12:22 
You're creating a key with the 32-bit view, but that doesn't mean the keys you create end up under Wow6432Node. It's being created exactly where you told it to be created:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Company Name\App Name

The first line creates the key, then the second line tries to create the same key but it's already there, so it just returns a handle to the existing key. You now have two views, 64 and 32-bit, of the exact same key.

Change the names of the keys you're creating in the 32-bit version of the code and watch what happens.

EDIT:
It doesn't seem changing the view does anything. Both views read/write to the exact same key.

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