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From: Wolfgang Greiner on 27 Oct 2009 09:44
is there any known problem about Registry Virtualization
in Windows 7 32Bit ?
When installing my application (with elevated privileges)
I create a subkey in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software and
change its Access Control List so that normal users
have full access.
Then with normal user rights my application makes changes
below the key I created.
This works perfectly in Vista(32Bit) and in Windows 7 professional
(*64*Bit, but 32 Bit Application).
But it doesen�t work in Windows 7 professional (*32* Bit,
with same 32 Bit Application)
Here the changes I make are virtualized. They are placed in
When I manually delete the key in the virtual place further changes
to my registry key a placed at the right position.