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    right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Hi,

    Why does the following Registry key, show when right clicking on a .dmp file, in Win XP all users, but only works for Administrator in Win 7?

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\Shell\Debug_without_Remote\Command]
    @="\"C:\\Program Files\\Debugging Tools for Windows (x64)\\windbg\" -z \"%1\" -c \"$<C:\\Tools\\windbg\\commands.txt\"


    Is there some other region in the registry for all users in Win 7??
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    I don't have that Registry key - W7 x64

    Code:
    Reg Query HKCR\Debugger.Dump\Shell\Debug_without_Remote\Command /s > 0 & Start notepad 0
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    It is from here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/tess/archive...05/500020.aspx

    In Win XP and as Admin on Win 7 I can right click on a .dmp file and select Debug this dump".

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\Shell\Debug_Without_Remote]
    @="Debug This Dump"

    It should start windbg with that file. It can read the commands.tst file for additional stuff to load.
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Please run this command from an Admin CMD prompt -
    Code:
    Reg Query HKCR\.dmp /s >0 & Reg Query HKCR\Debugger.Dump /s >>0 & start notepad 0
    A Notepad will open. Attach to your next post.

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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    It's also of note - what are the permissions and the mandatory integrity control on that key? If you created it elevated as an administrator, it isn't likely to have the right permissions. Check it against other keys to see if it differs. If it works for admins and not users, this is the likely explanation.
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Reg Query HKCR\.dmp /s >0 & Reg Query HKCR\Debugger.Dump /s >>0 & start notepad 0



    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.dmp
    (Default) REG_SZ Debugger.Dump

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.dmp\OpenWithProgids
    VisualStudio.dmp.9.0 REG_SZ
    VisualStudio.dmp.10.0 REG_SZ

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.dmp\OpenWithProgids\Shared
    (Default) REG_SZ Shared key to keep this from being removed with install/uninstall of side-by-side components.


    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\DefaultIcon
    (Default) REG_SZ C:\Program Files\Debugging Tools for Windows (x64)\cdb.exe

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\Shell

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\Shell\Debug_without_Remote

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\Shell\Debug_without_Remote\Command
    (Default) REG_SZ "C:\Program Files\Debugging Tools for Windows (x64)\windbg" -z "%1" -c "$<C:\Tools\windbg\commands.txt"

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\Shell\Debug_With_Remote70

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump\Shell\Debug_With_Remote70\Command
    (Default) REG_SZ "C:\Program Files\Debugging Tools for Windows (x64)\windbg " -server tcp:Port=70 -z \"%1\" -c \"$<C:\Tools\windbg\commands.txt"


    command.txt

    as sortold .shell -ci "lm nt" cscript c:\tools\windbg\sort.vbs
    as jcgriff !analyze -v;r;kv;lmtn;.bugcheck;!sysinfo cpuinfo;!sysinfo machineid; !sysinfo cpuspeed; !sysinfo smbios
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Quote Originally Posted by cluberti View Post
    It's also of note - what are the permissions and the mandatory integrity control on that key? If you created it elevated as an administrator, it isn't likely to have the right permissions. Check it against other keys to see if it differs. If it works for admins and not users, this is the likely explanation.
    I thought so as well, but I used regedit from my user account (Does not have admin rights). I just re-checked and users have Read permissions on all subkeys.
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    How did you get into regedit without admin perms?

    UAC comes up here to elevate regedit.

    Please run -
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    whoami /all /fo list >0 & start notepad 0
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    ahh yea, I must have been having a senior moment. There is no way I could have done that.

    Attached screen shot is from HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Debugger.Dump

    I checked each key and for users it is the same Read permission.

    USER INFORMATION
    ----------------

    User Name: defiant\andrew
    SID: S-1-5-21-772383937-1110144617-1839867379-1003


    GROUP INFORMATION
    -----------------

    Group Name: Everyone
    Type: Well-known group
    SID: S-1-1-0
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: Defiant\HelpLibraryUpdaters
    Type: Alias
    SID: S-1-5-21-772383937-1110144617-1839867379-1029
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: Defiant\HomeUsers
    Type: Alias
    SID: S-1-5-21-772383937-1110144617-1839867379-1009
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: BUILTIN\Remote Desktop Users
    Type: Alias
    SID: S-1-5-32-555
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: BUILTIN\Users
    Type: Alias
    SID: S-1-5-32-545
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: NT AUTHORITY\INTERACTIVE
    Type: Well-known group
    SID: S-1-5-4
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: CONSOLE LOGON
    Type: Well-known group
    SID: S-1-2-1
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users
    Type: Well-known group
    SID: S-1-5-11
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: NT AUTHORITY\This Organization
    Type: Well-known group
    SID: S-1-5-15
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: LOCAL
    Type: Well-known group
    SID: S-1-2-0
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: NT AUTHORITY\NTLM Authentication
    Type: Well-known group
    SID: S-1-5-64-10
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: Mandatory Label\Medium Mandatory Level
    Type: Label
    SID: S-1-16-8192
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group


    PRIVILEGES INFORMATION
    ----------------------

    Privilege Name: SeShutdownPrivilege
    Description: Shut down the system
    State: Disabled

    Privilege Name: SeChangeNotifyPrivilege
    Description: Bypass traverse checking
    State: Enabled

    Privilege Name: SeUndockPrivilege
    Description: Remove computer from docking station
    State: Disabled

    Privilege Name: SeIncreaseWorkingSetPrivilege
    Description: Increase a process working set
    State: Disabled

    Privilege Name: SeTimeZonePrivilege
    Description: Change the time zone
    State: Disabled
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    I thought maybe you had UAC off.

    The user account shows a SID ending in -1003.

    Are there 2 other user-admin accounts?

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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Just some BOINC Stuff.

    I set my account up as a "Standard User". I have a seperate Administrator account. And if I feel lazy I right click and use "Run as Administrator".

    Group Name: Defiant\boinc_admins
    Type: Alias
    SID: S-1-5-21-772383937-1110144617-1839867379-1026
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: Defiant\boinc_projects
    Type: Alias
    SID: S-1-5-21-772383937-1110144617-1839867379-1028
    Attributes: Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group

    Group Name: Defiant\boinc_users
    Type: Alias
    SID: S-1-5-21-772383937-1110144617-1839867379-1027
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    If the key and values all have the same perms as others, then it might be time to log in as a non-admin user, start procmon (run as admin, of course), and right-click. Then immediately save off the procmon log and start looking for any references to that reg key and/or value set, and see what the problem is :).
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    The options that work as Admin don't appear in the right click context menu. See attached.
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Attached is from the Admin account. There has to be a different location for the right click context menu.
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    So I can modify the registry key giffile as in this article:http://www.howtogeek.com/107965/how-...-context-menu/

    But when create my own .dmp and dmpfile registry keys as the same as in the above article it doesn't work.

    Do I need to create my own CLSID?
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    In windows 7 standard users have read permssions only.

    Administrators have full permssions as you know. Even if you use run as administrator you are restricted with config and need to log on with an administrator account to do the config changes.

    I think it is a security enhancement with Windows 7 designed to prevent unauthorised changes from standard users accounts and also using the elevation run as option.

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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Nah mate, it's not a permission problem. I added full permissions to my specific user account. Rebooted. No change. It still does not appear in the right click context menu.
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    Did you run ProcMon to check the reg keys?

    Quote Originally Posted by cluberti View Post
    If the key and values all have the same perms as others, then it might be time to log in as a non-admin user, start procmon (run as admin, of course), and right-click. Then immediately save off the procmon log and start looking for any references to that reg key and/or value set, and see what the problem is :).

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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    I haven't run procmon, because I cannot get it to appear in the Right click context menu for .dmp files.
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    Re: right click, my context option not appearing for all users in Win 7

    But the keys are there because you created them.
    And running ProcMon will (hopefully) elicit some errors that you can see in the logfiles when the right click tries to access them (I'd right click on a .dmp file just to be sure that it's trying to access it).

    I believe that cluberti was referring to running Process Monitor as an Administrator
    You can also "Run as admin" by highlighting the ProcMon executable (single left click) and then press/hold "Ctrl" + "Shift" while pressing "Enter"

    But beware, the logfiles are huge!

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