Geoff Chappell - Software Analyst
Reads an Internet Explorer registry setting that’s defined to have REG_DWORD type.
HRESULT IERegGetDw ( UINT uSetting, DWORD *pdwData);
The uSetting argument is an index that identifies the setting. For a list of supported settings, see the general notes on the Internet Explorer Registry API.
The pdwData argument provides the address of a variable that is to receive the setting’s REG_DWORD data.
The function returns zero for success, else an error code.
If pdwData is NULL, the function cannot do anything useful, and fails (returning E_FAIL).
If the given index is unsupported, the function fails (returning 0x80040704).
The function looks for the indicated setting at its allowed locations in the registry. It ignores values that are present but whose data does not have the type that is defined for that setting. Register errors while looking for a value just mean the value is not present. The function succeeds if either
Possible error codes from the registry search are:
The IERegGetDw function is exported from IERTUTIL as ordinal 151 in version 8.0 and higher.