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 Stray registry entry
post Sep 28 2008, 11:51 PM
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I'm getting the following registry entry created on my local host machine when building LiveXP: 'HKCU\WB-Temp\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\ShellErrorMode'. Obviously, there is a typo somewhere where 'HKCU' should rather be 'HKLM'. However, I am at a loss in finding the culprit. A text search in all scripts results in nothing.

Does anyone else get such an entry appearing in their registry? Any ideas on where the issue is coming from?

Thanks,
Galapo.


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post Sep 29 2008, 08:13 AM
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Hi Nuno,

Sorry, I'm unable to help. My discussion here has been solely in relation the the explorer script (once that has been found to be the cause of the stray registry entry), the dll registration option of which can affect IE registry entries on host OS in Amalux's and Lancelot's case, but not mine or Peter's.

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post Sep 29 2008, 09:30 AM
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Hi Nuno,

explorer script dont come with IE support,
as both exp and ie scripts share an awful lot of inter-dependencies
i guess you are asking for a working IE script ???? or anything else?

ps: mail notification started to work now, thanks a lot crazy.gif


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post Sep 29 2008, 09:45 AM
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Reading posts again,

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I wonder if the order where they are registered means anything?

yep, order is very important as far as i know from advices of dera

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I hope these help

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post Sep 29 2008, 10:05 AM
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Hi again.

I'm not working on this script as IE is not something I worry much about either but looking on the script I notice that will register most of the DLL/OCX's that were mentioned before.

The code below could probably be registered on build time to save time from the booting portion (imagine the time it takes to register all these files..).
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TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\atl.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\actxprxy.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\browseui.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\browsewm.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\compatUI.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\hnetcfg.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\iepeers.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\inetcomm.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s/i#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\mshtml.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\mshtmled.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\msieftp.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\msxml.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\msxml2.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\msxml3.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\ole32.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\oleaut32.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\olepro32.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\shdocvw.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\tdc.ocx",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\urlmon.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\mlang.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\netshell.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\mydocs.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\hhctrl.ocx",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\shimgvw.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\imgutil.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\pngfilt.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\inetcfg.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\jscript.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\vbscript.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\scrrun.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\scrobj.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\wshext.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\wshcon.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\wshom.ocx",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\asctrls.ocx",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\plugin.ocx",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\hlink.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\iedkcs32.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\inseng.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\licmgr10.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\msrating.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\sendmail.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\objsel.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\hnetwiz.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\twext.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\itss.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\itircl.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\proctexe.ocx",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\nlhtml.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\msscript.ocx",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\stobject.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\hotplug.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\iesetup.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\themeui.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\rsaenh.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\vgx.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\webcheck.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\cdfview.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\occache.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\xenroll.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\mscat32.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\Msi.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\Cscui.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\dispex.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\dxtmsft.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\dxtrans.dll",APPEND

TXTAddLine,%target_win%\ie_reg.cmd,"#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\regsvr32.exe#$s/s#$s#$pSystemRoot#$p\system32\ddrawex.dll",APPEND


Here is the syntax:
CODE
Run,%OLESupportScript%,Register-DLL,richtx32.ocx,riched32.dll


More info - http://www.boot-land.net/forums/?showtopic=2745

On the explorer script you find this example:
QUOTE
[Build-Time]
Run,%OLESupportScript%,Install-DLL,shell32.dll,browseui.dll,shdocvw.dll
If,%pCheckBox6%,Equal,true,Run,%OLESupportScript%,Register-DLL,shimgvw.dll


EDIT:

Looking closely on the script I see that the option to register these DLL's on build time was already added.

Amalux - have you tried this build time option in IE already?

Hope it can solve the annoyances in which you've stumbled.
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Last but not least, you can simplify your code and make it more flexible by using the API instead of the CopyOrExpand command.

Instead of
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CopyOrExpand,"%SourceDir%\i386\iexplore.exe","%TargetDir%\I386"


One can use
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require_file,iexplore.exe



The difference is that you are no longer attached to I386 and can grab the same from elsewhere if needed in the future.

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post Sep 29 2008, 10:26 AM
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Hi Nuno,

there may be more things needed than require_file smile.gif, when i add lines i use require_file but left others untouched to see modification better, as it is not a finished script (and wont be finished by me with my poor abilities about this subject) you masters know better.
Anyway i hope you like it, all credits are for dera, i did only simple things.

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there are some doubts i have about "Run,%OLESupportScript%,....."

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at current topic galapo reported a reg entry error

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also here:
QUOTE (fxscrpt @ Sep 22 2008, 07:23 PM) *
Hello,

i have an issue with OleSupport Script.
source: german XP SP2 / SP3
try this:

[Main]
Title=Test
Level=5
Selected=True
Mandatory=False
[Process]
Run,%OLESupportScript%,Register-DLL,devmgr.dll


devmgr.dll is not registered in PE (SP2 not visible, because pre-registered, SP3 not registered)
AND
devmgr.dll is unregistered on my host pc. (my computer > manage > system > no device manager)

(run regsvr32 devmgr.dll on host to repair)
Peter


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i lost my html, htm registration (they are not regged to ie) after using this feature with explorer.script, here is a nice defination from medevil that describes my and amalux problems i guess
QUOTE (MedEvil @ Sep 19 2008, 05:12 PM) *
The only reason to hold it: At several systems (mine included) this behaviour is not seen. It seems to depend on the current associations.
Some of the registration entries of the dll do not end up in the PE registry as intended, but in the system registry.
As long as one already uses the Windows default settings, no difference can be seen.

So independant if one sees the problem or not, some netries are missing in the PE registry.

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also ie script using register these DLL's on build time made ie NOT work (never tested yet with a xpsp2x86 host yet) in my tests, i put the option of buildtime to be ready when problem is solved smile.gif


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with doubts of that reasons,
for me best solution seems, when i make a final cd, i will put all to a xp32bit host, and use buildtime options in explorer.script (and if working with IE script and if exist in other scripts).


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post Sep 29 2008, 04:25 PM
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QUOTE (Galapo @ Sep 29 2008, 02:51 AM) *
I found the cause: if the option 'Use DLL init at build time rather than at boot time' is selected on the explorer script, then the particular entry is generated. I don't know why and will PM Peter.

This option in most cases creates troubles for the user. As already discussed anwhere else, I only did not remove it until now because it works for some users.

Let me explain what happens:

I used a Windows API funktion 'RegOverridePredefKey' which redirects one of the keys HKCR, HKCU, HKLM to a defined place where the registry changes are recorded.

one of the keys means:
Usually an intstall writes into all of the three keys. In order to catch the complete installation changes, the program does the installation three times, and catches one key fter the other.

But that also means that you do a complete reinstall of e.g. explorer dlls in your local host.

If you do not have any 'non-standard' definitions, everything is ok. You only write already present information.

But if your local registry is different: ??? Something is lost.

Therefore:
Use the 'Use DLL init at build time rather than at boot time' option only after 'Signing a document' that you know about the troubles and acccept them.

(I would prefer to remove the option from the official script, and the users wanting to use it should use a backup of the current version)

Peter


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Just a littel hint regards to file registration.
Order is important if you do it on a running system, as some registrations depend on others already being present.
If one writes the values offline into the registry, like in a PE
Order is not important, only that all registrations are done.

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Hi Nuno,

To try and answer your question, selecting 'Use DLL init at build time rather than at boot time' only negatively affects my host machine (kills IE6). Un-checking this option solves problem for me and I see no downside for LiveXP (boots to desktop in under 60 sec) where I use Opera browser. So, it seems I am not missing anything by unchecking this option wink.gif


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QUOTE (psc @ Sep 29 2008, 06:25 PM) *
(I would prefer to remove the option from the official script, and the users wanting to use it should use a backup of the current version)

As i wrote before, Please dont remove option smile.gif , I just want to give nuno info, i dont want this option to be removed as i wrote before
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for me best solution seems, when i make a final cd, i will put all to a xp32bit host, and use buildtime options in explorer.script (and if working with IE script and if exist in other scripts).

Which i can live happly with rolleyes.gif


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QUOTE (psc @ Sep 30 2008, 02:25 AM) *
I used a Windows API funktion 'RegOverridePredefKey' which redirects one of the keys HKCR, HKCU, HKLM to a defined place where the registry changes are recorded.

Hi Peter,

So you you have an opinion about the key which is created and remains? That is, 'HKCU\WB-Temp\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\ShellErrorMode'. Has it been redirected and captured into the PE registry and just hasn't been deleted after this? Or something else?

Thanks,
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Recommended steps to build LiveXP:
1) Download suitable WinBuilder.exe from here and run it;
2) Update through the Download Center by clicking the 'Download' button; and
3) Then build LiveXP by pressing the 'Play' button.
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