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Ok nevermind I got it. I needed to escape the backslashes in the .exe path and also the quotes around the %1

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You can try including quotes around the %1 to ensure that paths with spaces are treated as a single string. So via Regedit change the command to: C:\Windows\System32\Tweaks\ContextCopy.exe path "%1" Which will export as: [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Copy path] [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Copy path\command] @="C:\Windows\System32\Tweaks\ContextCopy.exe path ...

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You need (at least) add quotes around the %1 - "%1" - otherwise your filepath and name will arrive as separate parameters wherever they have a blank.

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WinRM already is set up to receive requests on this machine. WinRM already is set up for remote management on this machine. delete this winrm quickconfig out of your script. it wants to configure your WinRM service but it's already set up, so there's no need for this. WinRM lets you access Remote Computer via its Service, it's needed for e.g ...

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Try to start regedit, find HKEY_Current_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\UFH\SHC select all entries under that key and delete them. This is ONLY "Start Menu Cache" and should not change anything, it will be rebuilt (with correct numbers) on next logon. After that you will have quick logons again for a while. You could make a .reg file or ...

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I am looking at a log, trying to determine when the last failed login attemp was You are looking in the wrong log. Logons (both successful and failed) are logged in the Security Event Log. The event you need to look for is: EventID 4625: An account failed to log on To find such events: Start -> Run > "eventvwr.exe" Expand "Windows Logs" on the ...

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Source: https://www.cyann.net/2015/07/10/solved-not-enough-memory-or-system-resources-to-start-office-preview/ To fix these errors and repair the preview pane, you need to remove the following registry keys, and you might need to follow up with a fast repair of Office. Run Regedit as administrator or, if you can't run as administrator, try running with ...

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this worked for me: REG QUERY "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon" /v AutoAdminLogon >nul if %errorlevel% equ 0 echo key AutoAdminLogon exists || key AutoAdminLogon does not exist but still need the add function when it not exists to create the registrykey...

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I'm by no means an expert but I hope I can help you out :) I've thrown together a batch file with the help of various sites and answers from here. This script reads the current registry values and prints them out to the console. Then it adds the registry values with your desired values and prints them again so you can see the changes. I am pretty sure that ...

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Not sure how to change the toggle, but this will turn the animations off. Restart or re-login after running as Admin. REG ADD "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics" /v MinAnimate /t REG_SZ /d 0 /f >nul 2>&1

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This answer on a closed question contains a link to a SevenForums thread on this issue. One of the users posted a solution he found on a Microsoft thread. Essentially this problem is caused by Windows security update KB3039066. I have found that uninstalling it and restarting (not just relogging) fixes the problem.

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You can't rename this button, this belong to Windows Core. And by the way i think there is a lot of hierarchical paths that you have to change to make it work. But you can make a folder inside your start menu and put your stuff in, then you can give it a name that makes you glad.

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It happens when there are two variable for PATH one for user environment variables and other for system environment variable. If one of them is pointing to java 1.8 and other pointing to java 1.7 which leads to an ambiguity. So creating a JAVA_HOME variable for both system and user and configuring this in PATH of user and system environment variables would ...

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when u use msconfig, the reg entries r moved to the msconfig area of the registry, therefore deleting them from the RUN key. If u never want to activate the program again, deleting them from RUN is not an issue.

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Wrong registry key; should read as HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run Read Run and RunOnce Registry Keys article: Run and RunOnce registry keys cause programs to run each time that a user logs on. The data value for a key is a command line. Register programs to run by adding entries of the form ...

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To add a missing reg info from an older program that expects the data to be in the HKEY_USERS//Software/ key You can't create a new SID as contained in the .reg merge file, you cannot create new SIDs regardless of the permissions. So putting the keys in the existing SID will solve the problem. Or Just change the SID in the registry file with SID in your ...

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Locate the "Disable all apps from the Windows Store" setting. Set it to Disabled. This will prevent running the Store app as well as any store apps.

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The situation where it seems there are two different versions of the registry can occur on 64bit Windows machines. There is the normal SOFTWARE node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE and there is a second one for 32bit applications HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node All reads and changes done by any 32bit application are done against the WOW6432Node. ...

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You could save the following content to a SetIESettings.reg file in a folder accessible to all users and add a shortcut to regedit /s c:\path\to\SetIESettings.reg in the Start Up menu. Modify to suit your requirement. Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\MINIE] "LinksBandEnabled"=dword:00000001 ...

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You can use a Powershell script, some examples: Listing all subkeys: PS> Get-ChildItem -Path hkcu:\ Hive: Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\Registry::HKEY_CURRENT_USER SKC VC Name Property --- -- ---- -------- 2 0 AppEvents {} 7 33 Console ...

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You need to specify three entries in the map as described in Scan code mapper for keyboards. For instance, I use next remapping on my Windows 8.1 (but since XP times): CapsLock behaves the same way as LShift and its functionality is remapped to ScrollLock; of course, the latter functionality is lost i.e. ScrollLock now behaves the same way as CapsLock ...

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Change the @=hex(2):22,00,43,00,3a,00,5c,00,50,00,72,00,6f,00,67,00,72,00,61,00,6d,00,20,\ 00,46,00,69,00,6c,00,65,00,73,00,20,00,28,00,78,00,38,00,36,00,29,00,5c,00,\ 49,00,6e,00,74,00,65,00,72,00,6e,00,65,00,74,00,20,00,45,00,78,00,70,00,6c,\ 00,6f,00,72,00,65,00,72,00,5c,00,69,00,65,00,78,00,70,00,6c,00,6f,00,72,00,\ ...

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REG.exe opens the registry hive with "AllAccess" and in case ACLs do not give credentials to the registry hive the REG.exe is unable to delete it. But when you try to delete the same hive with regedit, there is no problem. This is because RegEdit opens the registry with less required credential swithches. Registry Key Security and Access Rights If you know ...

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Working with the registry is risky, and I highly suggest to avoid this method. Since it might cause unstoppable system errors. Two Methods can solve your problem, but both of them needs to reinstall your programs. 1st Method is to reinstall your programs to the correct folder destination. (As @Ramhound suggested in his comment) and continue using your ...

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You yourself said they were stored in F:\program files, it wouldn't be that many items in the registry if you used that as the search, unless you moved it after, and not installed it there. Registry search has no problems with colon or spaces. The same thing would apply to searching for text within/containing shortcuts , although finding a few shortcuts ...

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I had this same problem, did a bit of googling, and landed on this solution (source): Open the Start menu and in the Search field enter Powershell Right click the Powershell icon, and choose "Run as administrator". Enter: Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”} Press ...

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