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Connections Via Regedit Import Export


SalesPad® supports importing/exporting connections directly from the registry. These can easily be imported to and exported from the system registry editor.


Note: This article assumes that connections have been previously set up within SalesPad. Otherwise, please first refer to the SalesPad Installation & Connection Guide.

Note: SalesPad reads local machine connections from different spots in the registry depending on if you have a 32 bit or 64 bit computer.

32 bit comes from:


64 bit comes from:


At the Login screen, click the “+” and check to make sure the current Connections within SalesPad are correct:


  1. On your PC, go to Start Menu > Run
  2. Type “regedit” in the Run prompt and click OK
  3. The Registry Editor opens. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > SalesPad > Connections to find the connection key entries
  4. Right-­-click on the folder containing the preferred key connections and select Export
  5. The Export Registry File window appears. Name the registry key you are about to export and click Save
  6. After saving the registry key file and locating where it was saved, right click on the file and select Edit to change the file contents.
  7. Change the line, "HKEY_CURRENT_USER", to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE"NOTE: Make sure you use the correct connection information. Above example is for 32-­-bit connection. For 64-­-bit connection, it would be:
  8. Save your changes. The location and behavior of the SalesPad connections will now have changed
  9. Double-­-click the registry file. The changed connections within SalesPad will now exist for all local users
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