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You are already setting Product[n] - you need to do this for every take the count-increment before the SETLOCAL out, as it needs to be done only if you have a matching pair of PRODUCT and UNINSTALL; change your initial value to 1 (unless you like counting from zero) and pray that you don't get a sequence Displayname y Uninstall z Now, if you DO get this sequence, simply find a convenient string to ALSO let through the gate - like, perhaps "HKEY_" and if @ECHO OFF setlocal set reg Var=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Uninstall set excluded=/c:" Microsoft" /c:"MDOP" /c:"Dell" set count=1 for /f "tokens=1,2,*" %%a in ('Reg Query %reg Var% /S^|findstr "Display Name HKEY_ Uninstall String" ^| findstr /v %excluded%') do ( setlocal Enable Delayed Expansion for %%n in (! ) do ( ENDLOCAL SET HKEY=Y IF "%%a"=="Display Name" SET "HKEY="&set product[%%n]=%%c IF "%%a"=="Uninstall String" SET "HKEY="&IF NOT DEFINED uninstall[%%n] set uninstall[%%n]=%%c IF "%%a"=="Quiet Uninstall String" SET "HKEY="&IF NOT DEFINED uninstall[%%n] set uninstall[%%n]=%%c IF DEFINED hkey IF DEFINED product[%%n] IF defined uninstall[%%n] SET /a count =1&SET "hkey=" IF DEFINED hkey set "product[%%n]="&SET "uninstall[%%n]=" ) ) :: :: Last entry may not be complete :: IF NOT DEFINED product[%count%] SET "uninstall[%count%]="&SET /a count-=1 IF NOT DEFINED uninstall[%count%] SET "product[%count%]="&SET /a count-=1 ECHO %count% entries found SET prod SET unins @echo OFF setlocal set tab= set reg Var=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Uninstall set excluded=Microsoft MDOP Dell FOR /f "delims=" %%i IN ('Reg Query %reg Var% /S^|find "HKEY_"') DO ( FOR %%s IN (dn us qu pu dn ut) DO SET "%%s=" FOR /f "tokens=1,2,*delims= " %%s IN ('Reg Query "%%i" /S') DO ( if /i "%%s"=="Displayname" SET /a dn =1&SET dn=%%u if /i "%%s"=="Uninstallstring" SET /a us =1&SET ut=%%u if /i "%%s"=="quiet Uninstallstring" SET /a qu =1 if /i "%%s"=="publisher" SET pu=%%u ) FOR %%s IN (dn us qu) DO SET /a %%s =0 CALL :report ) GOTO :eof :report SET /a tus=us qu ECHO %dn% %us% %qu% %tus% %pu% %dn% %ut% GOTO :eof I'd suggest you use this data to do your filtering and assignment to your array - the inner loop is dealing with a single uninstall item.Select the required parts and add them or don't to your arrays. that's what I was wanting to do, I'll try that as soon as I get back to that network.I was hoping that calling both would give me %%c = Uninstall String Type, and %%D = Uninstall String Data.But instead it advances and alternates between %%a/%%b pairs for Display Name then another %%a/%%b pair for Uninstall String. I wanted to set it so they were grouped together, not sure if I'm making sense there or not?What you can then do is type in the number, and it returns the Display name in that array: So this as it stands filters out everything microsoft, mdop, and dell What I want it to do is ALSO look in that key for that Display Name and return another key called Uninstall String and assign that to the array uninstallprod[] with the same associated index.The issue I'm running into is that I cant figure out how to either query using a statement like you can in sql with program name being the string returned from the Display Name you selected, or to have a SINGLE query that will allow me to both filter out the Display Names like you see above and also include the Uninstall String value in the same statement.

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to for /f "tokens=1,2,*" %%a in ('Reg Query %reg Var% /S^|FINDSTR "Displayname Uninstall String"... THEN you have to deal with the sequence Displayname x Displayname y Uninstall y or Displayname y Uninstall y Uninstall z Which actually isn't particularly hard.

So what ends up happening is that I end up with a list of skipped numbers because the counter is getting advanced even when there is no displayname being printed to the list. @echo off set tab= set reg Var=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Uninstall set excluded=Microsoft MDOP Dell set count=1 for /f "tokens=1,2,*" %%a in ('Reg Query %reg Var% /S^|findstr "Display Name Uninstall String" ^| findstr /v "%excluded%"') do ( setlocal Enable Delayed Expansion for %%n in (! ) do ( endlocal if "%%a"=="Display Name" set product[%%n]=%%c&echo %%n.%tab%%%c if "%%a"=="Uninstall String" if defined product[%%n] set uninstall[%%n]==%%c&set/a count =1 ) ) So for some reason the counter is getting advanced past 2 even though no product[2] is being defined.

And in the 32 bit version I have 5 entries showing up, one of them is blank, which prints like this: of which I've tackled with my update yesterday.

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