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Regsrv32 on CD in Windows Vista

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

I have a problem with a cdrom autorunning, the cdrom must register a dll before run the application. I created a batch file.On windows vista it's not possible. When I call regsvr32 from cd appear acces denied, I believe that is appear because of Acces User Control.

I create a script with autoit that sendkey "windows +R" and writer "cmd" regsrv32.. but the problem is that i need this on mode silent or similar to register the dll.

Is there any way to disable the user control? and later register the dll with a batch for example or other form.

or register the dll with autoit with administrator rights?

Thanks in advance.

My mail is urian84@gmail.com if you need.


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does it work in AutoIt with Run?

Run('regsvr32 /s /i "YourFile.dll"')

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