SHORTCUT command failure

#1
I was using the SHORTCUT command to analyze a .lnk file copied from another
system. Only the original system has an F: drive, and the shortcut file
references that drive. Twice during the execution of the command a Windows
error dialog popped up. Choosing "continue" both times resulted in the
correct analysis. V11 B26 under WinXP Pro SP3.

Rex, when SHORTCUT is used to analyze, a very likely reason is to determine
what change is needed to adopt the shortcut file to a new environment. Can
you suppress the error messages? They are not relevant to the purpose of the
command in any event.
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Steve
 

rconn

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#2
> I was using the SHORTCUT command to analyze a .lnk file copied from
> another
> system. Only the original system has an F: drive, and the shortcut file
> references that drive. Twice during the execution of the command a
> Windows
> error dialog popped up. Choosing "continue" both times resulted in the
> correct analysis. V11 B26 under WinXP Pro SP3.
>
> Rex, when SHORTCUT is used to analyze, a very likely reason is to
> determine
> what change is needed to adopt the shortcut file to a new environment.
> Can
> you suppress the error messages? They are not relevant to the purpose
> of the command in any event.
I cannot suppress the error popups; they're occurring inside the Windows COM
API, not in TCC.

Rex Conn
JP Software