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Perhaps you can use reg.exe instead or your custom regdelete:
Console Registry Tool for Windows - version 3.0
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REG DELETE KeyName [/v ValueName | /ve | /va] [/f]
Machine Name of remote machine - omitting defaults to the current machine
Only HKLM and HKU are available on remote machines
ROOTKEY [ HKLM | HKCU | HKCR | HKU | HKCC ]
SubKey The full name of a registry key under the selected ROOTKEY
ValueName The value name, under the selected Key, to delete
When omitted, all subkeys and values under the Key are deleted
/ve delete the value of empty value name
/va delete all values under this key
/f Forces the deletion without propmt
REG DELETE HKLM\Software\MyCo\MyApp\Timeout
Deletes the registry key Timeout and its all subkeys and values
REG DELETE \\ZODIAC\HKLM\Software\MyCo /v MTU
Deletes the registry value MTU under MyCo on ZODIAC
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