Hi there,

Are there some body there are able to tell me witch regkeys to add when volo view says : "unable to update registry" ?

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Daniel
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Sounds like the user dosn't have rights to that part of the registry....best way to find out is to use a tool like "Regmon" to watch what part of the registry it is trying to update.
Answered 11/29/2004 by: dbowe
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I have tryed that but is return 120000 reghits and 18000 of them are for volo view.

I don't know if it is me there don't understand to use RegMon, I have never tryed it before!
Answered 11/29/2004 by: daniellange
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You need to exclude all of the processes that you do not wish to view ( like svchost, explorer etc ).....of course leave the voloviewexpress one alone.
So just right click and exclude away, then clear the screen ( ctrl + X ) and perform your action. Once the action has been performed stop the capturing ( File + Capture Events ).
Answered 11/29/2004 by: dbowe
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Regmon has a button for starting and stopping recording, You have to start recording just before activating the program you want to investigate and stop right away.

there is also a filter function where you can sort unwantet stuf, but true more stuff running on the box makes it more dificult.

Try to make to shots one where user have administrator rights and one with out.

Sweede [;)]
Answered 11/29/2004 by: Sweede
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Thanks guys I'll try that :-)
Answered 11/29/2004 by: daniellange
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If this is on XP Pro, try this:

Change the permissions for these Registry:

\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID
\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VoloView Document
\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VoloView.Application
\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VoloView.Application.1
\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VoloView.Document
\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VoloView.Document.1

Give "Users" the same permissions as "Power Users", then the problem should be fixed.
Answered 11/30/2004 by: pjohnson
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