Windows Vista Register DLL on CDROM

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  1. urian

    urian New Member

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    Hello!, Sorry for my english if you do not understand something.

    I have a problem witch a cdrom autoexecutable, the cdrom must register a dll before run the application. I create a batch file.On windows vista it's not possible. When I call regsrvr32 from cd appear acces denied, I believe that is appear of Acces User Control.
    I trying create msi to register the library but i need register from cd.

    Can you help me please!

    Thanks in advance.
    My mail is urian84@gmail.com if you need.
    Greetings
     
  2. Mike

    Mike Windows Forum Admin
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    Hi and welcome to the forums,

    There is no way to elevate an application from the command-line in Windows Vista out of the box. You may want to check out this, however, as it may be useful. I am not sure if you could include it on your CD-ROM to make this work. It may be better to create an installer using InstallShield or Windows Installer where you can properly control the elevation.

    Utility Spotlight: Script Elevation PowerToys for Windows Vista

    Please let me know if this helps you.
     
  3. urian

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    thanks im studying this option. when finnish i comment.
     

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