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tccbatch Windows 7 "access is denied"

Discussion in 'Support' started by Roedy, Dec 24, 2009.

  1. Roedy

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    I just upgraded to Windows 7. TCC seems to have lost its associations.

    I tried tccbatch but just got a string of "access is denied" errors.

    I tried making the files in JPSOFT read-write but no joy.

    I tried running as admin, and it worked.
     
  2. Glennbo51

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    Roedy wrote:

    What OS are you upgrading from? The UAC may be getting in your way.
     
  3. rconn

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    TCCbatch.btm uses ASSOC and FTYPE, which try to write to the HKCR registry
    tree -- which is normally blocked by Windows 7 (if not run inside an
    installer).

    You can try right clicking on the TCMD or TCC icon, select "run as
    administrator", and run tccbatch there.

    Rex Conn
    JP Software
     
  4. Roedy

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    I went from Vista 32 to Windows 7 32. I am now on Windows 7 64.
     
  5. Roedy

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    There is a warning in the TCCBatch program. It might be a good idea to say "Vista or Windows 7", not just Vista. If possibl,e you might check if you are under Admin, and print out an a pause type error if you are not. The message is easy to miss the way it is.
     

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