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  • Overview
  • Some problems that may occur and their solution
  • Writing into an unauthorized directory
  • Writing into an unauthorized registry key
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Stored procedures
Overview
The test of your project was run by using one of the test options of Windows Vista (or later):
  • Test from a specific directory.
  • Test with a manifest.
  • Test with a specific user.
A possible problem that may occur in Windows Vista (or later) was detected. You have the ability to click the [Debug] button to correct this problem.
Some problems that may occur and their solution

Writing into an unauthorized directory

Attempt to write into a directory where you do not have sufficient rights (with the fxxx or INIxxx functions for example).
Indeed, if your application has no specific privileges, you are not allowed to write:
  • at the root of C.
  • into the directory of Windows.
  • into the "Program Files" directory.
The data of your applications must be written into the appropriate directories. These directories can be returned and created by fDataDirCommon, fDataDirUser, fGlobalDirCommon, fGlobalDirUser.

Writing into an unauthorized registry key

You are using an application without privilege therefore you are not allowed to write into the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software" key.
We recommend that you write into another registry key, accessible by all the users of the computer.
Minimum required version
  • Version 11
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