|02 Aug 2012||#1|
Excel always configures & HKCR\.aw access denied
I am trying to debug an annoyance with Excel - it has started including a "Configuring..." and an "...installing.." every time it launches. This is accompanied by an Event Viewer entry:
[ Name] MsiInstaller
- EventID 1004
[ Qualifiers] 0
[ SystemTime] 2012-07-30T21:25:32.000000000Z
[ UserID] S-1-5-21-2037688818-723828979-1879572323-1001
In regedit, however, I am told access to the key is denied. I cannot view permissions but I am told (untruthfully) that I can change permissions. (I'm logged in as an administrator of the system and UAC is off.)
Google search says .aw file extension used by MSOICONS.EXE. Just for jollies I tried to execute it but it's reported as not a valid win32 application.[/edit]
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