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  1. Thanks for the update! But did you accidentally miss my post or is this entry still necessary?
  2. This entry could be removed from winapp2.ini because CC includes it already.
  3. Thanks for your reply. It seems that the new version of CC ignores the UAC now. It doesn't make a difference if you select yes or no - CC starts with standard privileges only. But if you start the command prompt with the windows option "run as administrator" and then execute the parameter /EXPORT everything works fine again. So we have to use "run as administrator" always now?
  4. Thank you for the update. Above the entry [Windows Mail*] a blank line is missing.
  5. Hello, with the new version 3.19.1721 (Portable) the command line parameter /EXPORT doesn't work anymore. After the UAC nothing happens (Windows 7 x64). Any idea? Thanks and kind regards, Michael
  6. Right, for the update only file (AdbeRdrUpd1013.msp) this is ok. But also the full installer file (AdbeRdr1013_xx_XX.exe) refuses the update even though it includes all the necessary files - and that is ridiculous.
  7. I can confirm this behaviour for the latest update (10.1.3). It's ridiculous that also the full installer wants those files and refuses the installation without them. What was Adobe thinking?! The installation of the prior update worked flawless, so this problem couldn't have been foreseen.
  8. I'm back from my vacation. Thanks for the update. Following two suggestions are missed: Please change the following entry, because RegKey2 and 3 are included in winapp.ini of CCleaner now: I think you can remove the following entry, because RegKey and FileKey are included in winapp.ini of CCleaner (for Office 2003, 2007 and 2010): And between the entries [Windows Log Files More*] and [Windows Mail*] is no blank line.
  9. Please change the following entry, because RegKey2 and 3 are included in winapp.ini of CCleaner now: I think you can remove the following entry, because RegKey and FileKey are included in winapp.ini of CCleaner (for Office 2003, 2007 and 2010): Thanks! I'm not sure if all winapp2.ini users will agree, but following entries could possibly be changed or removed. Comments are welcome. Remove - FileKey included in winsys.ini [Windows Log Files]: Remove - FileKey included in winsys.ini : Change - FileKey2 included in winsys.ini [Windows Log Files]: Remove - FileKey included in winsys.ini [Windows Log Files]: Change - FileKey1 included in winsys.ini [Other Explorer MRUs]: Change - FileKey2 included in winsys.ini [Windows Log Files]:
  10. Good to know, thanks. I thought CC64 checks and deletes both paths (with and without "Wow6432Node"). With this new knowledge we should check the other winapp2.ini entries which include "RegKey".
  11. I thought the CCleaner64.exe knows where to look for a registry entry on a 64-bit system?! Does it only work with "Detect" entries? Do we have to change most of the "RegKey" entries now?
  12. Thank you for the updated version. Another try: Could a moderator pin this useful thread, please? Thanks!
  13. I think you mean "Please do not remove FileKey2 from this entry", right?
  14. Thank you very much for your fast reply. Yes, I just want to remove all my comments before I trim the winapp2.ini. I'm happy with the command line command, so you do not have to add it to your official Trim.bat version. Thanks again!
  15. Is it possible to include a function which sorts all comment lines out (they start with a semicolon ";")? Reason: I want to comment some of the entries in the complete version of winapp2.ini, but those comments shouldn't make it into the trimmed version.
  16. Thank you very much for checking this. Now the entry is perfect.
  17. I would prefer for the entry [MS Office Help Cache*] this Detect line: Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common\HelpViewer This one is 100% safe. Or maybe this: Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0 Because older versions of MS Office doesn't have the new HelpViewer.
  18. I'm not sure, but I think if you have more than one Detect line you have to use Detect1 and Detect2.
  19. Changed all my entries from DetectFile to Detect. Here are the new Detect lines:
  20. Following entries don't get detected using HKCU. Can you change them to HKLM, please? [ASP.NET*] LangSecRef=3025 Detect=HKCU\Software\MicroSoft\ASP.NET Default=False FileKey1=%WinDir%\Microsoft.net\Framework\*\Temporary ASP.NET Files|*.*|RECURSE FileKey2=%WinDir%\Microsoft.net\Framework64\*\Temporary ASP.NET Files|*.*|RECURSE [FileZilla Temps*] LangSecRef=3022 Detect=HKCU\Software\FileZilla Client Default=False FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\FileZilla FTP Client|*.tmp
  21. I think the entry "[Windows HOSTs Backup*]" is not necessary, because it is included already: [spybot Search and Destroy Hosts Backups*] LangSecRef=3024 DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Spybot - Search & Destroy Default=False FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\drivers\etc|hosts.*.backup I don't know any other program that makes those backup files ("hosts.yyyymmdd-nnnnnn.backup").
  22. Right, that's why the entry doesn't remove the folders and deletes the setup files only. If you remove the folders also, there will appear an error message or a repair installation (e.g. QuickTime).
  23. Thanks for testing! Or maybe this detection line? DetectFile=%LocalAppData%
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